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TMJ & Supplements
Dec 23, 2004
... does anyone recommend taking supplements like MSM or Magnesium at certain times of the day. ... (1 replies)
... For a serious reply... And we aren't allowed to post our e-mail addresses here... magnesium is very good at helping with pain. Get a very good quality one though. (0 replies)
... and magnesium. First I tried the kava kava. It did relax my muscles and my tmj loosened and felt great but it wore off after 4 hours and is too toxic to the liver to take more than once or twice a day. ... (2 replies)

... Your post provided some new insight for me and I'd like to learn more about alternative treatments for fibro, TMD or chronic MPS. ... (4 replies)
... Michelle, I think I have an answer for us. ... (4 replies)
... it's really important when you take a calcium supplement, to my understanding just as a lay person reading health mags and so forth for years, that magnesium is needed by the body to efficiently absorb calcium. Now, what kind of calcium do you take? ... (27 replies)
Dec 16, 2003
... So, a team approach is being put together for me. This includes PT, a Natural Doctor that is an MD, and chiropratic, massage, etc. ... (5 replies)
... that you are in. She and her 2 sons were a mess after orthodontics and are doing very well now. If I were you, maybe you need to have a heart to heart with your tmj doctor. You can't be in a treatment plan, that you feel unconfortable with. You know my tmj doctor said he can't do it all. ... (13 replies)
... How do you feel now? I keep reading that magnesium is good, for tmj and for tinnitus also possibly, and also that taking it in a vitamin capsule combined with calcium is not so effective, which worries me a little as I live in Mexico and the only magnesium supplement I can find is either combined with calcium (GNC) or sold in powder form (it says pure magnesium on the wrapper... (1 replies)
Vitamins for tmj?
Oct 23, 2003
... I think this is somewhat common knowledge, but magnesium and calcium is commonly recommended. I take them and find them to be remarkably helpful. I must have a defeciency or something. ... (2 replies)
... Hi there!I hear ya!A fine MRI doesn't mean no TMJ for sure.My x rays showed normal joints also!I have TMJ.I have been in and out of offices over 40 times in a year or a little under. ... (10 replies)
Anxiety and TMJ
Jul 7, 2002
... I have also suffered a great deal with TMJ and anxiety over the years. Used paxil for awhile, but when got off as you said anxiety creeped up again. But I think I do have a solution for you. ... (5 replies)
... I was recently diagnosed with TMJ. I am not exactly sure how I got it, but willing to bet it had something to do with my mouth being forced opened for a 2 hour root canal operation several months ago. ... (0 replies)
... I'm fairly new to TMJ as I only discovered it last year September... I have been to consultations with three TMJ dentists . Two of them are recommending different types of splints... ... (0 replies)
... I usually apply it right before I go to sleep, but I have done it other times when my TMJ is bothering me. ... (17 replies)
... OMG! Please tell me more about the Magnesium Oil!!!! Sounds wonderful! Do you apply right on your jaw? ... (17 replies)
... Flex. I just started it two days ago so I can't say if it's helping, but it is supposed to be good for joint pain. Magnesium is helping a lot, and I make sure to spread it throughout the day and take one dose right before bed. ... (17 replies)
... Bit of back story. I'm 25, I started being seen about TMJ when I was 19. It began with small popping, uncomfortable pain but nothing serious. ... (17 replies)
... Another one I forgot to mention is magnesium. A lot of people with tmj seem to take it. Start looking up foods that trigger inflammation as well along with ones that can help with it. You sound like you are in a similar boat as me. ... (47 replies)
... dered me an MRI, told me what was going on via email and in person, and offered a very conservative plan which required an anterior repositioning splint at night for three months. ... (23 replies)

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