The 25-year-old fractured his skull against Chelsea earlier this month and spent eight days in hospital before being released on Monday.
Mason had been at St Mary's Hospital in London after undergoing surgery following a clash of heads with Gary Cahill in the first half of Hull's 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge on January 22.
Ryan Mason on horror head injury – I'm lucky to be alive
In a statement, Mason wrote: "It has been an emotional rollercoaster and I feel lucky to be alive, but I'm happy to say I'm now at home resting and recovering.
"My fiance & family have read so many messages of support to me over the past week. To have had so many people send messages to me, including from fellow players, clubs (in particular the support shown to me from both Hull City and Tottenham Hotspur) so many fans, as well as the support I have received from the general public around the world has been completely overwhelming.
"Each and every message of support really has given me strength and I cannot tell you how much it means to me.
Mason suffered a fractured skull after clashing with Chelsea's Gary Cahill
Hull playing tribute to their team-mate Mason
Premier League and Football League clubs send best wishes to Ryan Mason
Mon, January 23, 2017
Premier League and Football League clubs have been quick to send their best wishes to Ryan Mason after the Hull City midfielder suffered a fractured skull against Chelsea
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Football clubs all over the country have sent best wishes to Hull City midfielder Ryan Mason
"The love and support my Mum, Dad, sisters, fiance Rachel and all of my friends and family have shown to me during what has been an extremely traumatic time for all involved has been incredible and I want to thank them from the bottom of my heart for being there throughout.
"Finally I would like to say a special thank you to all the medical staff at Hull, as well as the medical team at Chelsea and of course the fantastic treatment and support I have received from all of the staff during my stay at St, Mary's hospital.
"I will now be taking each day as it comes and concentrating on my recovery."