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Apr 27, 2011
... They are going well. I just had a 1.5 hr long appointment today to run a bunch of tests, scans and do an adjustment. I still have bad ear issues after 3 months and still some neck pain. For the most part, I have had a good improvement on the rest of my symptoms. ... (13 replies)
... Greetings! I am new to this forum and I saw all the useful information of different people and their problems, so I decided to join the forum and I would like to share my problem hoping that forumers can help shed light as to what I my condition is. ... (1 replies)
... Rebound headaches are very common with the overuse of pain relievers. It puts you in a cycle that has to be broken. He suggests stopping all pain relievers and eliminate headache triggers such as caffine, chocolate, alcohol, MSG, Nitrates ect. ... (22 replies)

... The alcohol probably helps to relax the muscles in your head that you are tightening up. Believe me, I know what you are talking about. ... (8 replies)
... I'm a 21 year old student studying at the University of Michigan. My TMJ most likely began 4 years ago when I had my wisdom teeth pulled. ... (3 replies)
... I haven't gotten drunk. I'm worried it will make it worse. I know for a fact that alcohol does a number on your muscles. ... (2 replies)
... ray and he said my joint and that looked good. ... (2 replies)
Wow The Day After
Dec 31, 2004
... you, Karen, and the rest of our TMJ family. I'm not going to drink at all because alcohol mixed with pain meds and muscle relaxers will make for a very sleepy me. ... (31 replies)
Muscle relaxants?
Nov 15, 2004
... Do muscle relaxants seem to help the jaw muscles relax? I have wondered also about alcohol - having one or 2 drinks a day - will that help TMJ? I feel that my entire upper body is one big tense KNOT. :confused: And when I exercise - which I know is good and relieves stress and tension - I get pain in my left neck sometimes so that furthers my anxiety. How about anxiety... (0 replies)
Two questions-
Oct 23, 2004
... so you're more likely to clench and grind during sleep if you've been drinking. A nightguard usually won't help the clenching, but will protect your teeth from being ground down to nubs over time. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks Katie for the quick replies. I'll probably stick to advil or my bextra. thanks! (6 replies)
... formation, and wound infection. ... (2 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)
... You are to be commended on your courage and intelligence in knowing when it was time to take control of the situation. ... (10 replies)
... They sure give you a lot to think about. Now I just wonder. I will talk to the different dentist and confer with my personal dentist and see what he thinks. I trust him alot. He is the first dentist I let do thousands of dollars worth of work on my mouth so far. ... (3 replies)
... formation, and wound infection. ... (3 replies)
... Fisrt I want to salute and say thanks. i have read your story on many posts. you have had a long hard battle, and I am glad to knwo you ahve foudn some relief. You are an inspiration to many on here. ... (5 replies)
Jun 6, 2003
... Have any of you guys experience an increase in pain the next day after you've had a few? (4 replies)
Burning in Jaw
May 9, 2003
... I have had TMJ for 6 years and for the first time a few days ago, I started having this burning feeling in my jaw, like when you put alcohol on a wound. My joints are very inflammed and I wonder if that's what's causing this. ... (5 replies)
Apr 30, 2003
... menopausal, menopausal, that can play havic with your system. I use to get that, and SWEAT oh my gosh, I can not tell you, so went to my DR. she said it was the wine and explained the sulphite thing to me. ... (2 replies)

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