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... c and hyperventilation, i was brought to the ER, my facial muscles tightened to the point like I was frowning, my fingers stiffened all pointing medially, and my chest wall became rigid as well. ... (1 replies)
... but I also feel muscle tightness in my chest. ... (2 replies)
... At times. It is usually the muscle tightness and spasms that I notice at those times. ... (9 replies)

... at when I wake up clenching my teeth, or a bunch of them are throbbing in pain, or it hurts to open my mouth, or chew food, it's not hard to understand, but this muscle tension in my face, I am seriously beginning to wonder about, I thought it was the TMJ but after today, I don't know. ... (3 replies)
... If it's in spasm it could be the cause of muscle tightness in your chest. ... (2 replies)
New to TMJ - Hello
Apr 28, 2006
... Pain around the shoulders, neck and around the chest muscle areas, lack of mobility of the neck, reduced range of movement, stiffness, neck pain, sore neck muscles. ... (6 replies)
New Symptoms
Jan 24, 2006
... you may have tmj. i have all those symptons that your spoke of, and they have been getting worse through two yearss!!!!!!! Muscle spasms in neck, hace, head getting stiffer and stiffer, throat horrible!! swallowing difficult!! All getting worse, now even chest pressure, tightness. ... (3 replies)
... Three weeks ago I ate some very spicy food and didn't drink much of anything. The next day, I had burning in my chest and throat. This lasted for 2 days and I went to my doc who said it was acid reflux and prescribed me Prilosec for 14 days. ... (10 replies)
Apr 30, 2004
... Many people with TM joint problems do seem to experience breathing problems. Many Doctors believe the throat and nasal passages are affected by muscle spasms. ... (2 replies)
... And then I finally got to an upper cervical chiropractor who uses Knee Chest and Toggle Recoil methods. He looked at my old xrays and said that he did see some problems with the upper cervical, but didn't explain in detail. ... (8 replies)
... right side more so. It is so bad now that I can barely turn my head all the way to the side due to extreme muscle tension. ... (8 replies)
... dysfunction. Also, one may experience chest tightness or a peculiar sensation that he can't take a deep breath. Sometimes a person may sigh a lot. ... (14 replies)
... ad went away to some extent, but sure enough when I stopped taking it everything came right back and it was even worse for 2 weeks. That really sucked. So yeah muscle relaxants help some but I don't want to take them anymore because I know the only thing they are doing is treating the symptoms and not correcting the cause. ... (10 replies)
... occasionally. It generally is the sternocleidomastoid. If you've seen a picture or diagram of the muscle, it's very obvious how it can cause so much pain and tightness from the side of your head down to your chest. ... (5 replies)
What helped me
Sep 21, 2016
... I went several months in chronic consistent pain, muscle contractions that felt like my entire body was being ripped apart. Went to gagillion doctors and nothing. ... (9 replies)
... when I change position. I have actually thought many times I was going to die, because I thought I had heart problems, and the numbenss, tingling, needles, pins, muscle twitches have traveled down my body now I feel i my legs, feet, arms, hands. ... (9 replies)
... It has settled right in and so has my mouth. The only symptom I really have is a little tightness in the muscle below my ear, when I get up in the morning, which is gone after being up moving around a bit. ... (3 replies)

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