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  • 8 Tips to Reduce Anxiety

    How to reduce anxiety in kids via projected floor lights The Calming Water Projector creates a calm environment to help reduce anxiety.

    Could you use some anxiety relief tips? It’s one of the most Googled topics today; 'ways to manage anxiety'. We’re all anxious and it’s silly, because the more technology that’s developed to ease our lifestyles, the more anxious we've become. It’s not just technology that is to blame; there are a lot of pressures on us, on parents, on teachers, on teens and on kids. Indeed, an equally popular search term is actually 'how to reduce anxiety in kids'. Seemingly, no one is safe from anxiety!

    So, what are the ways to reduce anxiety? Firstly, you need to look at the source. While some anxiety is self-induced, more often than not there are external forces at play, such as tension in the home, relationship problems, over-scheduling, peer-pressure, academic pressure, and so forth. It is well worth taking a step back and assessing your personal situation. If you need assistance, a good therapist or social worker can be of tremendous help in getting down to your anxiety's root cause, and helping you to develop a more balanced lifestyle. Therapy aside, there are several strategies you can implement yourself, which have also proven to be incredibly helpful. Keep reading for our top anxiety relief tips!

     

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  • Avoid Bacteria with Bubble Tube Cleaning

    Avoid Bacteria with Bubble Tube Cleaning

    Sensory bubble tubes are made from high quality, durable materials. They feature a state of the art operating system which is both reliable and powerful, and when they’re looked after correctly they can last you many years.

    However, neglecting a bubble tube’s cleaning routine can cause it to become a breeding ground for algae and bacteria, including harmful organisms like legionella.  This growth can also affect the diffuser, reducing the amount of bubbles that are released. Over time, substantial amounts of bacteria and algae could even result in the tube’s motor breaking.

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