12 Websites To Visit That Will Make You Stop Stressing Out Forever

When I was in high school, I wasn’t very good at managing stress. I’m still not that great at it but have since learned some tools that I didn’t have before. Everyone gets stressed out, whether it’s about school, family, friends, sports, you name it. Most of the time, people don’t realize they’re stressed until something tiny sets them off. One of the keys to staying calm is recognizing when you actually are stressed out.

And you also want to nip your stress in the bud. If you’re starting to feel overwhelmed or like you can’t study those notes anymore or like your head is about to explode, first breathe. Then check out these stress relief sites that will help you manage and relax:

1. Stress Ball
stress ball

Stress ball is, well, an online stress ball that you can bounce in a room. Simple, yet effective.

2. Headspace

Headspace is a great tool for anyone struggling with stress or anxiety. It is a paid service, but there’s a free option that helps you de-stress in just 10 minutes a day!

3. Zen Garden
zen garden

Calm yourself with this virtual zen garden. It’s much less messy than an actual zen garden of sand on your desk.

4. Calming Manatee

Literally the most inspirational and motivating Tumblr written from the voice of a super chill manatee.

5. Player 2
player 2

Player 2 is a really awesome tool that helps you deal with conflict or any problem really. It’s like a choose-your-own-adventure game, but for solving personal issues.

6. The Thoughts Room
the thoughts room

The Thoughts Room lets you vent and takes all of your angry, stressed, sad, venty thoughts and floats them away.

7. The Stress Analyst
stress analyst

The Stress Analyst helps you analyze your specific stress or anxiety and gives you solutions. This is a great tool for if you’re super stressed and can’t necessarily figure out why because it breaks things down for you into selections.

8. Nature Sound Mixer
nature sound mixer

Nature Sounds is a very nice sound mixer that allows you to arrange some nature sounds for a calming effect, whether you want to meditate or chill out while studying.

9. Cute Overload
cute overload

It’s basically science that cute things cure all ailments. Cute Overload is a website literally overloaded with cuteness.

10. Cookie Clicker
cookie clicker

You just click cookies. For some reason, this game works wonders at calming your mind and taking stressful aggression out at the same time.

11. Destroy the Computer
destroy the computer

Destroy the Computer is AMAZING, especially when your computer doesn’t do what you want it to and you’re losing your mind and just want to SMASH IT. Now you can without actually destroying your expensive hardware.

12. The Nicest Place On The Internet
nicest place on earth

Are you stressed? What do you do to manage your stress? What other good stress relief websites are there? Tell us in the comments below!
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  • Charim

    #12 was so effective I started crying immediately – had to close it and wait for an occasion where I can cry my heart out at people’s kindness.

  • Ria

    #5 started picking on an old emotional scab, and helped heal a little bit of it into a scar that I’ll someday wear as a whole. Thank you for that.