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Yoga and Coping Methods for TMJ Pain

For those who suffer from the constant pain and discomfort associated with TMJ disorder, finding a method to minimize the problem is usually a continuous search (until they find a neuromuscular dentist). Patients who suffer from a bad bite causing a problem within the TMJ often experience wide-ranging symptoms. This might include inconsistent [...]

By |April 22nd, 2020|TMJ|Comments Off on Yoga and Coping Methods for TMJ Pain

What Are the Types of TMJ and Facial Pain?

One of the challenges that doctors face in talking about pain of the face and mouth, what we call orofacial pain, is that not everyone uses the same terms. We’re not just talking about how some people might call temporomandibular joint disorders TMJ while others use TMD.  Instead, we’re talking about doctors [...]

By |March 10th, 2020|Chronic Pain, Jaw Pain, TMJ|Comments Off on What Are the Types of TMJ and Facial Pain?

Essential Oils Might Offer Temporary TMJ Pain Relief

When someone visits a masseuse for relief from muscle and/or joint pain, they are usually treated with a variety of oils. Sedative essential oils are used to relax the body and relieve stress, especially when combined with fragrances used in aromatherapy. Essential Oils Recommended for TMJ Some of the most widely-used essential oils for

By |February 25th, 2020|TMJ|Comments Off on Essential Oils Might Offer Temporary TMJ Pain Relief

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

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
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