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Making Healthy and Tasty Choices on a Soft Food Diet

If you are suffering with TMJ, your jaw pain may make it hard to eat many different foods. Before you seek help, you might try eating a soft diet for a week or so to see how well it allows your muscles to relax and reduces your jaw pain. Although it [...]

By |January 22nd, 2020|Home Care, TMJ|Comments Off on Making Healthy and Tasty Choices on a Soft Food Diet

Vestibular Migraine Might Respond Well to TMJ Treatment

Migraines are not just a very common condition, they are a condition that comes with many variations. Some of these variations are particularly disabling and/or hard to treat. One of these hard-to-treat subtypes is vestibular migraine. In this type of migraine, you experience dizziness along with your headache, which can make it even more

By |January 7th, 2020|Migraine, Vertigo|Comments Off on Vestibular Migraine Might Respond Well to TMJ Treatment

A Cough Can Worsen TMJ

If you've gotten a cold, flu, or other upper respiratory tract infection this year, you may have experienced a short, intense period of coughing, or a long, lingering cough that sticks around for weeks after your cold is otherwise gone. In either case, it's not unusual for coughing to aggravate your TMJ Disorder Denver

By |December 26th, 2019|Home Care, TMJ|Comments Off on A Cough Can Worsen TMJ

You Don’t Have to Try CPAP before Getting an Oral Appliance

You might think that just because your doctor’s diagnosed CPAP, that’s how you have to treat your sleep apnea. If you don’t like the idea of CPAP, you should get a second opinion about sleep apnea treatment. So, you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea. This often leads to a number of conflicted feelings. Many people [...]

By |December 11th, 2019|CPAP, Oral Appliance, Sleep Apnea|Comments Off on You Don’t Have to Try CPAP before Getting an Oral Appliance

Sleep Apnea in You and Your Pet: Don’t Let Snoring Dogs Lie

Dog owners share a lot with our pets (sometimes whether we want to or not): our homes, our furniture, our food, etc. Although contagious diseases that can cross species are rare, there are some medical conditions common in dogs and people alike: arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and sleep apnea to name [...]

By |November 21st, 2019|CPAP, Dogs, Sleep Apnea|Comments Off on Sleep Apnea in You and Your Pet: Don’t Let Snoring Dogs Lie
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