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... Sounds like classic TMJ syndrome to me. I have it also. My dentist recommended a bite guard to be used at night to prevent me from clenching and grinding my teeth. Anxiety can cause this. ... (9 replies)
... Have you tried taking muscle relaxers or a med. for anxiety? I take Lexapro for anxiety everyday & a Xanax during the day only when necessary. Flexeril is a good muscle relaxer to try. (4 replies)
... yeah i get this too i will clench my teeth without realizing it until i feel the pain from doing it for so long .....i know it is related to the anxiety i only get it when i am dealing with a bad bout of anxiety and stress too. ... (9 replies)

... Thanks to immortal19 for this list: Here is a list of common symptoms for anxiety/panic disorder...of course there are a lot of other ones but these are the most common: HEART sensations~ * racing or rapid heart beat (fight or flight response) * heart palpitations (fight or flight response) * 'missed' heart beats (fight or flight response) (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board, and we're so glad to have you join the discussion about anxiety. ... (54 replies)
... im going to give you guys my information and story. feel free to right back with your similar story's. i have spent around 50 thousand dollars on test and some of the best doctors with top of the line insurance in America. ... (4 replies)
... and I'm now suffering from a serious TMJ disorder... and which is ALL due to stress and anxiety buildup from the last couple of years. ... (6 replies)
... I have the same problem and I am under stress as well. I need to find out ways to relax. I know hot baths help me. ... (6 replies)
... and I wanted to see if this is something that other people have experienced and what they have done to relieve this pressure and tension. I am thinking i should go to a message therapist which may help out. Thanks. ... (6 replies)
... out of my right ear. I shut my eyes very tightly to try to get this thought out of my head. When I opened them a few seconds later, I felt a sharp pain on them, and a sudden tension rush starting from the back of my neck. ... (0 replies)
... I have been suffering symptoms of anxiety for over 8 months now and I can't seem to get past the last things that are hanging around longer than some of the other stuff I have I had over the last 8 months. ... (4 replies)
... About two months ago I began having very uncomfortable throat and neck tension and pressure. The throat felt like I was always being choked or had something stuck in my throat. The neck always had a deep ache in it. ... (4 replies)
... Anyone have any suggestions on a medicine that I can try to assist me in alleviating the jaw clenching and muscle tension I experience when having anxiety and a panic attack? ... (2 replies)
... and all the physical symptoms i ended up a blubbering mess in an ER.The doc gave me some Klonopin for my panic attacks which were a new development and referal to a psycologist. ... (3 replies)
... I have been seeing a psychiatrist since October. I was married very briefly to a man who turned out to be an alcoholic, I did not realize this before we married and we were together 3 years before we married. ... (4 replies)
... Teeth grinding and jaw clenching are side effects of ssri's. It's not anxiety or "all in your head." This happens to a lot of people. ... (2 replies)
... Same here, I noticed I have been clenching my jaw with my anxiety. You should try and stop yourself if you notice you are doing it. If you do it when you are asleep, I agree that you should look into a bite guard. ... (9 replies)
Stress & Anxiety?
Nov 20, 2007
... her take impressions and order an NTI for you. It is a small acrylic device that fits over your lower front four teeth. ... (8 replies)
... of .25 mg of xanax, and within 15 minutes its gone. Try it if you haven't already, it helps me alot. ... (2 replies)
... th those symptoms. I have learned to deal during the day, with breathing techniques. Breathing in slowly through your nose making sure your stomach is going out and your not breathing through your chest, Then exhale through your mouth slowly. At night its hard to pay attention to your breathing an dthat is why I cant sleep. ... (4 replies)

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