A spinner ring is a combination of rings that has a band ring with another ring around it that moves freely. Spinning rings are designed in a way that outer smaller rings spin on the inner ring that encircles the finger
The spinner ring is believed to come from ancient Tibetan meditation traditions, and is called a "worry ring" because spinning the right is believed to have a calming effect on the mind and body. While some spinner ring supporters argue that the ring itself is an anxiety cure, a spinner ring alone is unlikely to reduce your anxiety. But there are genuine ways to use a spinner ring that can actually be extremely valuable.
Most people with anxiety are aware of the need to fidget when they're feeling anxious. Some people bite or pick their nails. Some people put their hands in their pockets. Others fiddle with their necklaces or even their rings.
Spinner rings are designed to be fiddled with. They're a healthy, less obvious way to move your hands when you feel that you need to be fidgeting. You simply spin the center ring with your fingers and take deep breaths to experience a calm, more meditative state.
Once you've imagined this, start spinning your ring and thinking about or repeating to yourself whatever it is you wanted to associate with the spinning. If it's an affirmation, then keep saying the affirmation to yourself. If it's a behavior, like slowing down your breathing, then start breathing the way you plan to breathe.
Whatever you plan on associating with your ring, picture it or do it continuously. All the while, try to start relaxing. Take deep breaths, relax your muscles and your body, and use any relaxation strategies you've learned. Once you feel that you're completely relaxed, you can stop spinning the ring.