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... Mine does the same especially when it is cold. Kinda like arthritus however, you spell it. If outside very long in the cold I will bite down clench alot worse which, makes my t.m.j. worse. horrible, NOT GOOD!!! (7 replies)
... I am woundering when ever the season changes or weather changes my TMJ brothers me alot more. Why is this? ... (7 replies)
... ith a strange type of sensation like if there is air moving around from one location to another. I had several occurances through the years. I had apparently had tmj and had been grinding for years. I fell and got rear ended several years ago. ... (0 replies)

... For me its the same.. when the weather changes I seem to also feel the changes. ... (7 replies)
TMJ flar up
Jan 21, 2007
... It could be that your splint needs to be adjusted - your jaw may have shifted a bit due to it being worn - as it should. Weather changes such as is temperature, dryness or humidity could affect it but that would also imply that you have some arthritis or degenerative changes affecting the joints - similar to that of knees, fingers, wrists, etc that hurt. I'm not sure about... (2 replies)
... Same for me, even though I have been in pain management for close to 3 years, when the weather changes I have horrible flare ups, especially now, when it turns cold and windy. ... (7 replies)
... o terrible tension headaches. Stores bother me and so does driving. I was told I probably have Eustachian Tube Dysfunction because my symptoms get worse when the weather changes and I get a clicking sound in my ears almost everyday. Sometimes the clicking causes a slight discomfort, but for the most part it is just a click. ... (6 replies)
... I come from an area where it rains alot and I can predict the weather changes better than the meterologists. Worse headaches, dizziness and severe jaw pain. I heard it had to do with barometric pressure. Sunny days are best here. ... (7 replies)
TMJ flar up
Jan 20, 2007
... that I have to wear, trying to eat food that isn't hard or chewy, Been sleeping good, exercising. Could all the weather changes have anything to do with it? ... (2 replies)
... Hi Lizzie, Barometric pressure can and DOES affect TMJ - a number of members here can attest to that. In my case, barometric pressure never affected me prior to having TMJ - now it does. It used to affect me a lot initially (increased ear fullness/pressure, pressure sensation in my head, sinus pain/pressure, feeling "woozy", jaw aching more than just from the TMJ). Since... (14 replies)
... h a strange type of sensation like if there is air moving around from one location to another. I had several occurances through the years. I had apparently had tmj and had been grinding for years. I fell and got rear ended several years ago. ... (0 replies)
... have been told they're arthritic, to some degree. Some members who have had surgery have arthritic problems pretty bad due to the invasion into the joint and the changes that have occured. I was told 25 years ago, mine were a little arthritic. ... (3 replies)
Weather?
Feb 27, 2002
... I definitely believe that barometric pressure changes affect the TMJ. Depending on how low the barometer drops, and how quickly it drops, I still get a "pressure" sensation in my jaw joints and in my sinuses. ... (3 replies)
... I'm so sorry about the headaches. Have you had time to research any TMJ Drs. yet? ... (14 replies)
... generally they disappear over time as the body adapts to the changes that occurred. ... (5 replies)
... Same here - I don't experience flareups per se, I just seem more sensitive to climate changes in that excessive heat will increase nausea and cold will make me tense my shoulders, neck and jaw muscles so I always wear loose scarves to cover up - but like the previous poster - anything tight around my head or neck like jewlery or turtleneck sweaters will cause my muscles to... (7 replies)
... Yes, most joint problems seem to get worse with changes in weather. Coldness and dampness are the worst. ... (8 replies)
... D That is one thing I really hate about this part of the country is the weather changes and the terrible humidity we have here. It plays a number on me as well. ... (14 replies)
... glad you started taking your calcium and vit D and magesium. I know most doctors don't really believe the effect tmj can have on someone. Mine doesn't question me, and he gives me the valium so I need to go in. ... (82 replies)
... Ever since i got TMJ every few months i get this tight feeling in my throat...almost like a choking feeling. ... (8 replies)




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