Do you have close friends and family members who live with anxiety?
Or are you constantly on the look-out for anxiety gifts for yourself and the people you love?
When you find something that works, it’s hard not to want to share it with others in your life who struggle with anxiety.
You want to tell the world, “This really helped me!” and encourage them to get it so they can enjoy the same relief and life-changing benefits.
We get that — which is why we created this list of gifts for people with anxiety.
It’s where we live, and when we find something that helps, we’re happy to spread the word.
Check out the following gifts for anxiety, and if you find something that changes your life for the better, pass on the information to someone else.
By helping others deal with their anxiety, you help yourself, too.
15 Gifts For People With Anxiety
Formulated with Rhodiola, ginseng, SAM-e, and 11 more mood-boosting vitamins and minerals, Genius Joy’s nootropic veggie capsules do more than just replace over-the-counter psychotropic medications.
They actually do more for you than any of them by giving your body and mind what they need to balance your hormones and improve cognitive function and overall well-being.
Recommended by therapists worldwide, this workbook can help you identify and address the causes of your anxiety and most deeply-rooted fears.
By going through this workbook, you’ll learn the skills you need to put an end to false and limiting beliefs, desensitize yourself to your fears, use your breath to calm your mind and body, and build habits (internal and external) that will retrain your subconscious and get you moving in a healthier direction for the rest of your life.
Written by an expert in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), this workbook can help you with a variety of anxiety disorders:
- Panic disorders
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- And other forms of pervasive, paralyzing fear
A weighted blanket helps with sleep by providing the sensation of being held.
The seven-layer system in this blanket comfortably surrounds your body and conforms to your shape. With more beads and less fiberfill, this design also offers better temperature control.
Choose a blanket that weighs about 10% of your own body weight for maximum comfort.
You can check out my weighted blankets review here.
Breathe in this blend of therapeutic orange, lemongrass, geranium, and ylang-ylang to naturally decrease your anxiety, depression, and stress.
Disperse the oil with a diffuser or wear a lava rock diffuser bracelet to keep the oil within smelling distance.
5. Declutter Your Mind: How to Stop Worrying, Relieve Anxiety, and Eliminate Negative Thinking by S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport
A major reason for anxiety and depression alike is a cluttered mind, and this is the book to get if you’re ready for some serious decluttering.
Just as it helps to purge your external environment of things that no longer serve you, it’s critically important to purge your inner world of thoughts, self-talk, and beliefs that are dragging you down and blocking your progress.
This Swedish acupressure mat and pillow provide thousands of stimulation points with its non-toxic plastic spikes.
While harmless to your skin, the spikes provide immediate back pain relief and can also improve sleep quality, alleviate stress, reduce muscle tension, and improve blood circulation and energy levels.
Get this book to better understand how your mind works and challenge the unhelpful and intrusive thoughts that are dragging you down.
Related: 22 Of The Best Books On Anxiety
Reclaim your mental and emotional freedom and train yourself in happiness. Build a better relationship with yourself, break the habits that are holding you back, and create a better life.
This lamp provides full-spectrum, UV-free light with 10,000 lux intensity.
The tablet design blends in with modern office and home decor and can be positioned either vertically or horizontally to combat the effects of sunlight deprivation.
The wide surface area provides more light, giving you more freedom of movement.
If coloring calms you down, the beautiful images in this book will magnify the calming effect, and the time and energy spent infusing each image with color will yield a satisfying and shareable result.
Take this paperback book wherever you go, along with some high-quality fine-tip markers, brush pens, or color pencils.
One of the major culprits for anxiety and depression is inadequate sleep.
And since anxiety and depression both make it harder to get the sleep you need, an effective sleep aid can boost your mood and overall mental health.
This blend combines Lavender Bulgaria, Clary Sage, Copaiba Balsam, Marjoram, and Roman Chamomile.
To use, place a few drops on your pillow, blanket, or bed sheet, or on the bottom of your feet. Or you can place a few drops on a cotton swab, a sleep mask, or the back of your hand.
Whisper-quiet and easy on the eyes, this diffuser comes in a variety of colors, from dark gray wood grain to white.
It has an auto shut-off feature for added safety and can run for 6-12 hours straight.
It comes with four timer settings and a mist control that allows you to choose either strong or weak mist, depending on your preference.
The soft LED color lights can be cycled through or set to one color to fit a mood. Each color can be set to either bright or dim.
With lemongrass, ginger, and eleuthero, this tea blend is as tasty as it is calming.
Caffeine-free, so it’s safe for nighttime, this balanced tea will help you feel calmer and more focused, even as it prepares you for either an early bedtime or some late-night reading.
Steep each tea bag in hot water for 4-6 minutes to brew the perfect cup.
Whether your jam juice comes with caffeine or without, this mug will hold plenty of it and add a touch of style to your work or chill space.
With Digibuddha mugs, each design is permanently fused, so it becomes part of the mug.
It won’t wash off like a decal or a sticker, and it’s completely microwave and dishwasher safe (which is stress-relieving in itself).
Enjoy this powerful 3-dimension deep-kneading shiatsu massage pillow as it relaxes the overused and tired muscles in your upper back and neck.
Or place it underneath your feet to soothe away the tightness in your ankles, feet, and lower legs.
The convenient straps allow you to securely place and adjust the pillow for maximum relief of your upper and lower back, abdomen, calf, and thigh areas.
To ensure your safety, it comes equipped with Overheat Protection Device and programmed with 20-minute auto shut-off.
This paperback has a soothing look and a title that will resonate with many.
We give far too many sh*ts, as a rule, and this journal is all about helping us focus on what’s really necessary and helpful.
Laced with a f*ckload of profanity and priceless insights, you can journal your way through positive affirmations and butt-kicking truth bombs — all while you learn how to make your inner and outer world better reflect the gem that you are.
Did you find the perfect gifts for people with anxiety?
Now that you’re armed with these links and information on gifts for anxious people, what will you try first?
Did anyone specific come to mind as you went down the list, read the descriptions, and followed the links?
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Or were you thinking, “Wow, I’d love that,” more often? No judging here (since we love every single item on this list).
But just as misery loves company, so do inspiration and solidarity.
So, let these ideas inspire you to make a list of the people in your life who might benefit from one or more of these gifts.
And if one of them asks, “Has it helped you?“ you can only answer that question if you’ve tried it yourself. So, if it helps persuade your loved ones to try something, there’s no harm in trying it out yourself first.
Otherwise, you can tell them, “No, but hundreds (or thousands) of other people love it, and when I found it, I thought of you.”
You could even say, “I saw this and thought of you, so I bought one for each of us. That way we can both try it and report back to each other.”
That’s teamwork all over, and it makes trying out these gifts more fun for both of you.
May your generosity and compassion influence everything you do today.