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TMJ Disorder -TemporoMandibular Joint Board Index
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TMJ and fatigue
Dec 15, 2008
... Yes fatigue can be associated with tmj and tmj may sometimes affect the muscles throughout the body. ... (1 replies)
... Anyone know any successful muscle relaxant for tmj earache? ... (2 replies)
... c I had scheduled an appt to get a second opinion and he told me that I probably am having some TMJ issue but that he thinks my real problem is a muscular one, not a TMJ one. ... (10 replies)

... everyone , 5 weeks into splint therapy now .. i will be going to all my checks next week and will write back later in the week, letting you know what is working for me and what is not.. i so want everyone to get better.... tmj should be advertised on t. ... (1 replies)
Driving me crazy
Jun 8, 2008
... I wear a mouth guard at night, didn't know that I was clenching my teeth but my jaw would be sore the next morning, this later resulted in TMJ .. ... (4 replies)
... Try supplements to relax your jaw muscles Here is list of essential nutrients to be taken as an alternative medicine health care for TMJ: Calcium and Magnesium - for proper muscular function and calming effect. Vitamin B complex - anti-stress vitamins. Coenzyme Q10 - improves oxygenation of affected tissues. L-Tyrosine - improves sleep quality and relieves... (7 replies)
... Alternative therapy is used to prime you for TMJ treatment as well as to be utilized during the treatment. ... (5 replies)
... my medical insurance covered it for 16 weeks. ... (9 replies)
... It does not hav't to be coral calcium. Just in my experience of a 13 year TMJ sufferer, coral calcium worked better for me. It gives me more energy also. It can be calcium with Magnesium which is good or just regular calcium. ... (6 replies)
My TMJ Story
Jan 13, 2008
... Todd, can you provide references/links? (18 replies)
... I will have to give it a try, I also am a advil daily user.. I just started taking some magnesium 500mg a day, after reading some good things about it helping headaches.. ... (13 replies)
... Also nutritional supplements may help. Check out the testimonials for Reliv, particulary the classic. People heal from all kinds of stuff. Stress depletes things alot too. ... (3 replies)
... Even though I am not worsening I'm still not happy with where I am. I want freedom in speech and I want to be able to smile like I did for 27 years of my life! ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for your replies. I just received my new splint and had to have adjustments far so good. Lets hope! ... (11 replies)
... I have been suffering with TMJ symptoms on and off since 1998, after some dental work. ... (11 replies)
... My muscles are a mess. I've had to stop working out, and am now bascically a couch potato because any stress or activity sends my TMJ into orbit. Thank you for the info. Mine feels alot like it is muscular. I am going to pick some up and try it. Thanks! ... (1 replies)
... time after a crown was put on a molar. I was in severe pain for almost 6 months before it subsided. Not long after, I needed another crown. Same response! So I made a list of things to try to alleviate the symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... Does anyone know of any TMJ Specialists in or around Seattle. I have found some neuromuscular dentists I'm interesed in but am also looking for a "mainstream" dentist that specializes in TMJ. I'd like to start there since the NM Dentists are so expensive. ... (7 replies)
... ally went to my old dentist where I used to live. He gave me two things to try. Both can be bought over the counter. One is called Bromelain and the other was magnesium sulfate pills. I was very skeptical after no success with the first two dentists. ... (4 replies)
TMJ & Supplements
Dec 23, 2004
... does anyone recommend taking supplements like MSM or Magnesium at certain times of the day. ... (1 replies)

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