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5 massage gadgets to help you relieve stress

From neck massagers to heated pillows, here are five gadgets that will help you kick off 2020 in a more relaxed and productive state
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01.24.20
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When it comes to living a happy and balanced life, few things are more important than relaxation, which is known to increase both your mental and physical health while aiding in productivity and concentration. From neck massagers to heated pillows, here are five gadgets that will help you kick off 2020 in a more relaxed and productive state.

1. Massage Anti-Fatigue Mat with Built-In Vibrating Foot Massager

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Reduce your daily fatigue and stay more energized throughout the day with this mat, which offers a built-in vibrating foot massager that immediately reduces the pain that comes from prolonged periods of standing.

2. Vortix Muscle Massager

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MSRP: $399 | Sale Price: $170 (57 percent off)

This muscle massager will help you recover from aches and pains that come from working out, and there are plenty of settings (along with six adjustable speeds) that make it easy to fine-tune your massages in order to match your specific needs.

3. Thorex Back Muscle Massager

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MSRP: $150 | Sale Price: $110 (26 percent off)

Few things are more obnoxious and distracting than a sore back, and this muscle massager delivers hands-free relief in minutes—by facilitating tissue mobility and promoting spine alignment.

4. Shiatsu Pillow Massager with Heat

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MSRP: $90 | Sale Price: $40 (55 percent off)

This pillow massager will make you feel relaxed in seconds, thanks to deep-kneading Shiatsu massage therapy and the perfect level of heat. Ideal for home, work or travel, this portable device offers selectable heat settings and a strap that allows you to attach it to your seat.

5. Aurai Eye Massager

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MSRP: $291 | Sale Price: $247 (15 percent off)

Your eyes deserve a good massage just as much as your back, and this water-propelled massage tool utilizes circulation and wave patterns to gently relax muscle tension around your eyes. You'll even be able to take it with you on trips thanks to its small size and lightweight design.

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