In the past, massagers have been a lifesaver for patients suffering from headaches, sore throats, or other health issues.
However, some have become addictive.
Now, a new study from the University of Missouri has found that a hand-held massager is not only safer than a face massager but also has a higher likelihood of relieving symptoms in some people.
The study, published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, found that the use of a massager was not associated with a greater risk of infection.
However the study also found that people who used a hand massager had a higher rate of sore throat than people who did not use a massage device.
A large study of patients with severe asthma was published in April that found patients who used face massage devices were at a greater chance of being hospitalized with respiratory infections than people using a massaged hand.
In this new study, researchers compared the effectiveness of massage massagers and a hand massage device for treating symptoms in people with severe allergic rhinitis.
In the study, they also compared the use and efficacy of massage devices and hand massagers for treating severe allergic bronchitis.
For the study involving people with asthma, the researchers recruited 645 patients with mild or moderate asthma and 945 patients without asthma who were between the ages of 30 and 60 years.
In order to ensure participants received a fair sample, the study participants were randomized to either use a hand or a massaging device.
Researchers followed up with the patients until their last visit, and then they compared the outcomes of those who had used a massagers hand or massaging machine to those who did so without a device.
The results showed that while people who were given a massage device were more likely to have a sore throat and required hospitalization, people who had not been given a device had lower rates of hospitalization and hospitalization-related complications.
The researchers concluded that those who were not given a massagist device were less likely to require hospitalization for these reasons.
Dr. Robert M. Buss, a dermatologist at the University at Buffalo Medical Center, said the study found that using a hand Massager was associated with higher rates of sore throats and respiratory infections.
Dr Buss said people with more severe allergic reactions to chemicals are at greater risk for hospitalizations because they have a higher risk of contracting respiratory infections from the allergic reactions that occur during these reactions.
He added that it is important for people with allergic reactions, such as those who are sensitive to allergens, to be screened for possible health problems before they are given a handmassager.