If you have a loved one with anxiety, you might be wondering if there’s anything you can get for them as a way to show your support, especially if you can’t be with them all the time. Besides actually being there for someone, listening to them, and being a good friend, here are 10 gifts for someone with anxiety (or gifts for yourself :)).
10 Gifts for Someone with Anxiety
1. Inspirational mug with calming herbal tea
You could make a cute mini gift set by pairing an inspirational mug with a box of herbal (decaf) tea or a few teabags in the mug, and then wrap the whole thing with cellophane and a ribbon.
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This spa box includes lots of bath goodies like bath bombs, candles, bath salts, handmade soap, and more, and having a spa day can help you relax and unwind from the day. 🙂 You can also try making some homemade bath bombs or a DIY sugar scrub for a fun DIY gift.
This journal gives you simple daily prompts to answer in the morning to set your intentions and start your day off with gratitude and the right mindset.
These Mindfulness Cards are a deck of colorful cards that each contain an inspirational quote or phrase to keep you mindful and inspired throughout the day. They also have a mindfulness exercise on the reverse side so you have something concrete to do as an action step.
Also check out this drawing practice book for some meditative line drawing practice.
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Weighted blankets are a soothing and comforting way to relieve anxiety and sleeplessness. I just got this one from Weighting Comforts and it’s great! It’s like a regular blanket but it has little pellets sewn into it to give the blanket a little bit of weight (10 pounds total for the size I got) that feels like a hug or massage (actually it’s kind of like there’s a cat sleeping on you haha).
Oh wait, there is a cat sleeping on me…
Lavender is a very relaxing scent to add to your bath time, and this one comes in pretty packaging. It can also be part of an inexpensive idea for self care. For a DIY gift you can also try making your own homemade bath bombs with these ideas from Tuxedo Cats and Coffee.
7. Yoga mat and gift certificate for a class
For free instruction and classes, you can watch yoga videos on Youtube.
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For the ultimate way to change and transform your life for good, consider investing in professional online counseling (that you can do from the comfort of your own home) for you or a loved one.
If you want to diffuse your essential oils from above throughout your room or home, you can use an essential oil diffuser for this exact purpose. It diffuses out a mist-like stream of your essential oils over a period of time and is also a beautiful decoration for your home.
If you’d prefer to wear your essential oils close to you all day, try one of these essential oil-diffusing lava bead bracelets. Lava beads are a porous stone that you can put a drop of essential oil on and then wear the bracelet to diffuse your own combinations of oils throughout the day!
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If you have trouble sleeping at night, a white noise machine with the sounds of nature, a forest, the ocean, or other soundtracks might help relax you and lull you into sleep.
Get a regular infusion of anxiety-busting, relaxing self care and mindfulness items in the mail with a subscription box like this one. Perfect as a gift!
Also check out the Yes, You subscription box full of fun self-care goodies!