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10 Routine Life Habits That Relieve TMJ Pain

TMD is a combination of pain, jaw joint problems, and muscle spasms that stem when the teeth, jaw joints, and chewing muscles are not in tune with each other. This discomfort and pain can pose long-term complications and affect your quality of life in the long run. Unlike teeth and gum treatment, the problems with the temporomandibular joint can often…

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Understanding the Cycle of TMJ and Stress

Is TMJ caused by stress? Or does stress induce TMJ? The relationship between TMJ and stress is complicated. This article helps you understand the relation between TMJ and stress so that you can deal with both the conditions effectively. What is the Relation Between Stress and TMJ? Severe teeth grinding or Bruxism, headache, muscle pain or tension are all symptoms…

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TMJ and Vertigo: The Connection

Is your jaw tender and constantly making clicking or popping sounds when you chew? Unfortunately all the above are symptoms of TMJ. But do you know that there are still some other unknown or unrecognizable symptoms caused by TMJ which are related to vertigo? TMJ is otherwise known as “the great imposter” as it can cause many other symptoms that are…

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Why You Should Consider TMJ Treatment

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a hinge that connects your jaw to your skull. When this joint is damaged, it can result in a pain disorder called temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD). TMD often results in severe discomfort and pain. It either is a temporary or a chronic pain that can affect either one or both sides of your face. The…

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Dietary Measures That Will Dramatically Ease Your TMJ Pain

If you find it difficult to open your mouth completely, experience discomfort when chewing food, and your jaw locks often, you are likely suffering from TMJ disorder and your daily diet can make your condition severe. The main causes of the temporomandibular joint disorder are stress, misaligned teeth, and inflammatory musculoskeletal disorders but it is very important that you know…

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