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TMJ Disorder -TemporoMandibular Joint Board Index
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... Good sleep. Avoid anything that may interfere with your sleep, which may include coffee, tea, smoking, too much sugar. I know when my sleep quality is poor or when I'm really tired, I tend to clench in my sleep. ... (2 replies)
... I appreciate you sharing your story. Sounds like you are well on your road to recovery. I take mobic which is an anti-inflammatory and tried a muscle relaxer but that didnt prove to help at all. I am still attending physical therapy but I will look and see if I can find a good chiropractor that can do active release. Chiropractors always kind of scared me with all that popping... (3 replies)
... sometimes the worst of all...tension headaches. Feels like my head is between a vice. The headahes, which occur mostly at night, are quite debilitating, and even when they aren't there is almost ALWAYS a mild sensation of tightness or tingling around my head or scalp. ... (6 replies)

... iscomfort! I can eat almost everything again! I wanted to put something positive out there about this condition since most of the information that I came across when I was struggling with the condition was negative. It can get better. ... (7 replies)
... My jaw had been feeling very tired and tight for days and I did some research online and saw some suggestions to do some stretching exercises. ... (2 replies)
... covers all of my upper teeth and is a flat plane doesn't do any repositioning. ... (6 replies)
... I used to get major migraines from clenching my jaw. I also had problems with my jaw popping and I would get tired after chewing for too long. ... (20 replies)
... but it merely protects the teeth from bruxism and doesn't reposition the jaw in anyway. I think so far my treatment has been too passive. ... (5 replies)
... t know when or where they were going to happen. My doctor prescribed veneflaxine, which I had taken before. ... (15 replies)
Coping
Sep 20, 2009
... Chew with our back teeth rather than biting with your front teeth. ... (5 replies)
... and reducing stress, do help to manage this disorder. When I first was diagnosed I felt like saying "FIX IT!!!! Stop telling me to relax and put heat on my face!!! ... (2 replies)
... Chew with our back teeth rather than biting with your front teeth. ... (2 replies)
... can smile normally and people pretty much can't tell by looking at my face that there are tons of muscle spasm going on all the time. Before the surgery, I was clenching like crazy and actually cracked one of my teeth during the day. ... (7 replies)
... Chew with our back teeth rather than biting with your front teeth. ... (2 replies)
... Chew with our back teeth rather than biting with your front teeth. ... (10 replies)
... Chew with our back teeth rather than biting with your front teeth. ... (8 replies)
... I thought I was actually just stretching when waking up and gritting my teeth at the same time was part of the stretch. ... (3 replies)
... a plastic device you put in your mouth to protect your mouth from the effects of clenching and bruxing. ... (2 replies)
... My TMJ physical therapsit told me that everyone clenches their teeth at some point in their life due to stress. ... (2 replies)
... often they just suggest that when they don't know what is causing your pain but they don't think it is dental. A good neurologist will diagnose neuralgia after eliminating other causes. ... (7 replies)


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