Stressed 9 Gadgets to Help You Relax

Stressed? 9 Gadgets to Help You Relax

Some men take out their frustrations at the gym. Others use hobbies or crafts to ease tension. Some would prefer to chill with a drink, maybe smoke a little, and just lie around and watch TV. But who’s got time for all that? Thankfully, there are plenty of gadgets and gizmos that help with relaxation and stress we can use during the course of the day without missing a productive beat.

Best For Quick Results
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Best For Quick Results

Active Sport Massager

When time or money prevent your regular trips to the masseuse, this device is powerful and portable enough to get the kinks out, most anywhere. [$70 at brookstone.com]

Best for Fidgety Fingers
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Best for Fidgety Fingers

Twitch Cube

Studies suggest fidgeting actually helps adults focus better and produce more. Keeps your mind from worrying by flicking, rolling, switching, and spinning. [$30 from dudegadgets.com]

Best for Multipurpose Relaxation
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Best for Multipurpose Relaxation

myBaby Sound Spa Ultrasonic Humidifer

Yes, it’s intended for calming babies. But a good humidifier will not only soothe your sinuses and help you sleep, this one has white noise settings. [$51 at amazon.com]

Best for Stealth Massage
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Best for Stealth Massage

Homedics Shiatsu Air Max Rolling Foot Massager

Soothe and massage even the most overworked feet via rhythmic air compression and rolling waves of heat. Put this baby under your desk and nothing will perturb you. [$100 at bedbathandbeyond.com] 

Best for Focusing Energy
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Best for Focusing Energy

DreamSpa LED Shower Head

Some of us have brilliant moments of clarity in the shower; others overthink details and stress about small stuff. Focus on the colors to enhance your shower-time meditation. And yeah, it looks cool. [$63 at wayfair.com]

Best for Disciplinarians
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Best for Disciplinarians

Spire Mindfulness and Activity Tracker

Using an app, this device tracks your breathing patterns, helping you utilize longer, deeper, more calming respiration. [$130 at amazon.com]

Best for Commuters
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Best for Commuters

Prospera Kneading Massage Cushion

This electric massage cushion comes with a 12v adapter, so you can hang it over your carseat on your way home from work and be totally chill by the time you pull into the garage. [$47 at amazon.com]

Best for Anger Issues
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Best for Anger Issues

Desktop Punching Bag

Though we’re guessing this thing can’t take a punch, we’re dying to find out. Plus, it’s every man’s dream to swing without consequence. Let ‘er rip. [$19 at amazon.com]

Best for Coders and Programmers
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Best for Coders and Programmers

Breo iSee360 Eye Massager

Soothes your ocular sockets with air pressure, vibration, and heat compression. If you spend your days staring at a computer screen, you need this. 

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