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  • TMJ-New York Medical Journal Report by #69242  7y   780   RN
     
    A must read: ... ... ... http://newyorkmedicaljournal.org/Archives/Uyanik4-06.htm ... ... ... Speedy   [End]
     
  • My Health Insurance Covers Every Other Joint in my Body, Why Not My Jaw ... by sarahgurl  8y   1,811   RN
     
    This is very frustrating. I have had TMJ for 10 years. Some days it’s worse than others, lately been feeling pretty good because I quit drinking alcohol and caffeine completely, and have been eating mostly raw foods and some fish. I feel like this has been helping me alot with my TMJ symptoms. The point is is that since I’ve had it for so long, I’ve learned to just deal with this medical problem, and HAVE NOT EVEN BEEN ABLE TO SEE A SPECIALIST for it without paying out of my a$$ because my frickin HMO doesn’t cover my jaw joint for some stupid reason. They cover every other joint in m ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • I think it was TMJ and I have got imediate relief by Jestor  9y   6,496   RN
     
    Hi everyone , ... ... I think I have been suffering from TMJ for the last 3 to 4 months which i think started due to having my mouht open for so long during dentist visits ... My symptoms included what felt like a strained and very tense jaw muscle , saw neck , tooth like pain symptoms and some other things... I know I have candida and leaky gut and psoariasis as a result of this which I got rid of for 3 years but I wanted to get it back so I can study more and help others.... ... ... Anyway , the pain from the Jaw had trippled in the last 3 days and my ears started ringing... I was going crazy... ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ/Menstruation Link? I'm answering my own question here- by crazymomof4  10y   2,039   RN
     
    I found that my body was magnesium deficient. Taking magnesium allieviated my TMJD. The following (which I found on a great website) explains why my TJMD was linked to my menses. ... ... ”Magnesium lost through the process of menstruation would explain why the above conditions (including TMJD) are less common in men, as well as pre- and and post menopausal women. We know women are more at risk of iron deficiency anemia due to menstruation, but perhaps there are more minerals than iron that are lost during the process of menstruation. I suspect his is true for magnesium. If menstruation is a ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ Surgery by shadley  10y   1,918   RN
     
    Hi Lisa ... In answer to your questions... ... ... My jaw had to be wired because it was ”Repositoned” (Broken in 2 places). I still have the disc (cartilege) in my jaw - my problem was that the disc was dislocated and would not return to it’s normal position. The surgery was to increase the space in the joint in the hopes this would allow the disc to return. ... ... Grinding - I did not know I was a grinder until a couple of years ago when all of my problems started. I agree with Bob that I am not sure if a night guard helps with TMJ pain however it does protect the teeth. I have been told that ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ Surgery by shadley  10y   1,656   RN
     
    I have heard a little about the biofeedback but have never used it. As for massages, you are one of several that have suggested this so I am going to make an appointment. ... The exercises I do are mostly relaxation exercises which including Visualizing the back of my throat going soft and at the same time using my left hand to do pressure point therapy down my neck from my ear to the top of my chest. Another one my therapist does for me is pushing on a muscle inside my mouth (sorry I don’t remember the name of the muscle but it is the one that holds the two parts of your jaw together, at ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Cheek muscle pain by wadester  10y   5,208   RN
     
    Matey ... ... I hear you and know how your feel. I am exactly the same, though have only suffered for 3 years. Depression is a major symptom - However, I can tell you that there are things I have done which have *improved* this... ... ... These are: ... ... 1) Do this program ... http://www.atlantadentist.com/TMJ_Program.html ... I have been doing this for 6 weeks now, and though i’m not cured things have improved. I am continuing on this program for months to come, as my body has been under alot of stress so I know this can only help. ... ... 2) Get a splint (im guessing you already have one) ... ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • tmj cured by chiropractor by cgiambri  11y   3,349   RN
     
    Chiropractor cured my tmj which I didn’t know I had other than a pain to my jar area for 3 weeks before I went to my great chiro in Denver. Here’s my note posted at another site. Don’t have further info and not always at site, but sharing: ... ... Had immediate, one time only treatment done by chiropractor. (note: not all chiro know what they are doing sadly, so finding a good one is key. His track record on most ailments is 1-2 visits only.). He adjusted me, then hooked me to this machine which felt like tingles to my jar area. It was amazing as I never experienced tmj nor knew the symptom ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • TMJ Surgery by Shadley  10y   1,708   R
     
    I am scheduled to have Surgery to help with my TMJ problem. I have had a scope which did not help at all and now my Surgeon is recommending Intraoral Vertical Ramus Ostoetomy. I would like to hear from anyone that has had this type of surgery. What was the experience like and what were the results.   [End]
     
  • Reducing TMJ pain: What worked for me by eleden  10y   4,630   R
     
    ... ... ... Hi everyone: ... ... I just want to share what worked for me. I recently came upon an article on the internet published by the San Mateo County Times, June 24 (see below). This article featured a new product called TheraFlex TMJ. The article made some claims about how this product could reduce TMJ pain by 60%. Moreover, the article stated that TheraFlex TMJ was clinically studied by Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. I then located an abstract of the study at Cranio: The Journal of Craniomandibular Practice (search Cranio). According to the abstract, TheraFlex’s pain relie ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ SYMPTOMS by corinneg  10y   1,358   R
     
    I too suffer from TMJ, on both sides, had headaches daily, almost to the point they could be called migraines, and had a constand jaw ache. My dentist said that it showed on an x-ray that I had trauma on my right side but the left felt worse. I finally broke down and went to a chiropractor, my neck looked like a backward S, he did some adjusting for a couple weeks and haven’t had a jaw or headache since!! Sure wish I would have seen him a few years ago!! ... Good luck!   [End]
     
  • TMJ pain relief. Thank you so much! by nonofollow  5y   2,861  
     
    Hey everyone, ... ... About 3 months ago, someone asked in this forum about the TMJ Help Program. At the time, I was just getting started with it and I gave my opinion on it saying it was the best thing that had happened to me, but I was not 100% back to normal yet. ... ... The TMJ Help Program ( http://www.tmj-help.org ) is full of jaw exercises and massages for the jaw, mouth, shoulders, neck and the rest of the body. What I found interesting in this program is that Katherine Page takes a different approach from every one else. To her, TMJ can be caused by a bad general body posture, meaning that ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ Surgery by _BOB  10y   1,529  
     
    Matey ... ... I hear you and know how your feel. I am exactly the same, though have only suffered for 3 years. Depression is a major symptom - However, I can tell you that there are things I have done which have *improved* this... ... ... These are: ... ... 1) Do this program ... http://www.atlantadentist.com/TMJ_Program.html ... I have been doing this for 6 weeks now, and though i’m not cured things have improved. I am continuing on this program for months to come, as my body has been under alot of stress so I know this can only help. ... ... 2) Get a splint (im guessing you already have one) ... ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: I have the cure for TMJ by ohtrkyhntr  32d   83  
     
    I would love to know the cure for TMJ. Please educate me on how to cure this painful condition.   [End]
     
  • Can jaw cavitations cause TMJ? by AngelofEventide  35d   301  C  
     
    I’ve had TMJ for years, but it was always manageable. This last year, it has become severe. Right now my jaw is so swollen, it looks like I have a lump below my ear. Eating is excruciating. Pain is horrendous. I have been icing my jaw, which helps a tiny bit. I have long suspected that I have a jaw cavitation, due to other health issues I have. I have an appt., with a cav specialist, but not for another month. Just wondering if anyone here has had a cav and TMJ and if so, did the TMJ improve after cav treatment? Thanks.   [End]
     
  • Re: tmj with vertigo and tinnitus by AngelofEventide  35d   77  
     
    Yes I am going through all of those symptoms right now. Mine is being caused by an atlas subluxation in my neck. I suggest finding an upper cervical chiropractor and seeing if you may have this. Also look into jaw cavitations.   [End]
     
  • Re: Scab from busted lip peeled to reveal several white bumps? painful j... by Yohuber  36d   194  
     
    ... Since you have’t posted a follow up, it is safe to assume that you are alright by now? ... ... ... One advice, do NOT get into fights. You realize everytime you get punched, you might get headache, hearing issues, toothache, jaw injuries, etc. It is not worth it. ... ... ...   ...   [End]
     
  • Re: Endless root-canal treatments and neuralgia by phelp  40d   213  
     
    Dr Huggins on root canal ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzZQFdW58Ew ... Dr Mercola on root canal ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYbOvx54OOs ... Dr. Rau on root canal ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuduesaaDr4 ... ... Dr Rehme articles ... http://toothbody.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Michael-Rehme-DDS-Patient-Success-Stories.pdf ... A very short list of serious minded docs that think root canals are bad. ... Call huggins group and find a biological dds near you and get treated   [End]
     
  • Re: Endless root-canal treatments and neuralgia by phelp  40d   149  
     
    I would get a new doctor and dds-they sound like stupid. do your own google search and come up with your own opinion-mine is root canals kill people. Youtube is a great source of info. ... http://mydentistaz.com/interactive-meridian-tooth-chart/ ... this chart may b e of interest to you   [End]
     
  • Re: Endless root-canal treatments and neuralgia by Illys  40d   179  
     
    Well, I had pain and a throbbing up in an empty socket in my upper jaw (where a tooth with an amalgam filling cracked, and it had to be extracted). I think a cavitation up in the bone can linger quite a while. I noticed reactions in that section and a bit of swelling around the eye-socket for about a month, but after using vit k2, the infection symptoms slowly ebbed and then went away. ... I thought I’d mention it in case that could help you, it’s a nutrient indicated in tooth and bone health.   [End]
     
  • Endless root-canal treatments and neuralgia by #153282  40d   186  C  
     
    Hi, ... I had a root canal on two of my front bottom teeth (teeth were death after fixed braces treatment). Because the root canals failed on both teeth an oral surgeon did a root end surgery. This was three years ago and since then I have had a whole lot of health issues. The root end surgery failed and they re-did the root canals and re-did the surgery. I was in an excrutiating pain since then begging my new dentist to pull the teeth. She refused and so did a surgeon I went to; MRI and x-rays showed no infection. Then a different surgeon took his own x-rays and performed another surgery bas ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I cant heal, help please by #181982  52d   593  
     
    Yes - I had a first time Scuba dive which left me in a similar condition. ... I also surfaced (aborted the dive). I have had the gloomiest outlook since it happened 3 years ago. ... ... The scuba companies don’t want to acknowledge this as PADI and others make too much money from 1st time (’open water’ dives). If you haven’t trained in a swimming pool for a few moths you can give yourself: ... - barotrauma ... - Nitrosis ... - Damage to your CNS (see Swiss research). ... ... Open water dives are criminal and have even resulted in deaths. I know a novice who was taken to 40 meters on HIS FIRST DIVE. ... ... You can ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ, adrenals and other symptoms by earthshine  3mo   293  
     
    i think my symptoms started around same time i got diarrhea while in india. it looks like it may be a parasite.   [End]
     
  • tmj with vertigo and tinnitus by cdmie  3mo   177  
     
    has anyone ever experienced tmj with vertigo and tinnitus (ringing in ears)? ... i have had vertigo and tinnitus for nearly 2 months now. after exloring a lot of causes and visiting a few doctors im still not close to a solution. ive read that tmj can cause this. i was diagnosed with grinding teeth by my dentist a few years ago and had a custom mouth guard made up to wear at night. i dont have much pain in my jaw but get a slight tenderness in my right jaw every now and again. the tinnitus is mostly present in my right ear also. but other than this i have no other pain. if i grind my teeth du ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: alternatives to cavitation surgery by britee  4mo   297  
     
    Thanks so much for your response. Do you have any idea what typical recovery time is? I already feel bad so preparing....   [End]
     
  • Re: alternatives to cavitation surgery by InCharge  4mo   348  
     
    I had cavitation surgey, but it was a dozen years or so ago. In the mean time the company that devised the cavitat machine filed for bankruptcy after legal battles with Aetna insurance. My dentist was involved and ended up losing his state licence to practice. ... ... More to the point about whether surgery is necessary, i found this link that should explain the reason surgery is needed. The bone needs cleaned, and oxygen is needed to kill the type of bacteria involved. ... ... http://www.hallvtox.dircon.co.uk/cavroot.html ...   [End]
     
  • Re: alternatives to cavitation surgery by phelp  4mo   325  
     
    Surgery plus ozone is the best way I think.I have had many jaw issues and doing both surgery and ozne gave me the best results. I have tried both alone with mixed results. ... Its an infection-waiting does not make it better-my opinion   [End]
     
  • alternatives to cavitation surgery by britee  4mo   352  C  
     
    Hello, I was wondering if there was less invasive cavitation treatments. I have terrible tmj ear plugging, gum sensitivity, chronic fatigue and had a root canal extraction a year ago when this occured. Every conventional dentist said it was just tmj. Went to biological and they said i have a cavatation. Anything i can do that is not so invasive to get out of this pain. I am too nervous to have it done. I already feel awful. Any help would be appreciated. I hear about ozone therapy etc. but wanted to know of any success stories. Thanks.   [End]
     
  • Re: Scab from busted lip peeled to reveal several white bumps? painful j... by jle1987  5mo   874  
     
    Do you suffer from our condition exfoliative cheilitis?   [End]
     
  • Scab from busted lip peeled to reveal several white bumps? painful jaw a... by #139029  5mo   1,038  C  
     
    hi... i have no diagnosis and have tried for years to get one to no avail. i have a wide array of symptoms but this recent mouth injury i had is making me worry. ... ... i busted my lip after being in a fight and smashing into a curbside. part of my front tooth is now gone while the other is severely disjolted. sometimes it causes my entire jaw to cramp up and im worried about tmj and am also experiencing slight ringing tinnitus symptoms. ... ... my main current concern is about my lip, however. i had a scab on my lip from the impact of my teeth hitting it. tonight i noticed the scab was loo ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Video Embedded Re: TMJ, adrenals and other symptoms by Mike1953  7mo   640  
     
    Hey guys, ... ... I think you will agree with me how frustrating it can to get appropriate help when you are just starting. I myself went through a hell of a journey while trying to regrow my hair. ... ... ... [Video Embedded Here]   [End]
     
  • Re: I have the cure for TMJ by earthshine  7mo   292  
     
    I am very interested!   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ, adrenals and other symptoms by #172047  7mo   566  
     
    I would love to hear more about this, as far as what is considered a healthy diet for the liver etc. I also have TMJ and was diagnosed with poor adrenal function. Also have some gastro symptoms...   [End]
     
  • Voltage induced TMJ by simplynatural  8mo   236  C  
     
    I daily have aching jaw muscles and then headache...the problem. One of the suspected culprits is a voltage in my mouth..sounds weird..first let me give you the background. Except for this problem I am in very good health & 65 years old. I had a titanium tooth implant done for #19 (bottom left molar). The implant was placed with no problem and 6 months later a porcelain over gold crown was installed. The day after the crown installation, when I started to eat, I noticed jaw ache, both sides of my mouth. That was the first time I noticed such an ache. That was more than 4 months ago and hav ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Tmj Causing other health problems? by Timberhill  14mo   467  
     
    I have been having Tmj for a while now and I have seen numbers of different natural doctors, dentists and so on. I now kinda got the feeling that my Tmj is actually causing a big disharmony not only in my neck but all over my body. I think it has something with the nerves at the temple and in the neck. ... ... Could it be that Tmj is disturbing theese nerves so much that it creates healthproblems other places? ... ... I really feel that if my neck and jaw totaly release almost all the tention I get back to feeling good in my whole body. ... Unfortenetly this only happens breifly for me and the tention ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ, adrenals and other symptoms by Anthony87  18mo   2,130  
     
    ..sounds like leaky gut. It was weird, the relationship between tmj and my gastro symptoms. Treat the leaky gut and go on a diet healthy for the liver and it should go away.   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ, adrenals and other symptoms by vairagi  18mo   1,984  
     
    do a search and read about: ... Dr of Osteopathy Robert Boyd /The Bowling Ball syndrome ... ... When we consider how the spinal structure is fit together almost like a simple but intricate puzzle w the head ballanced on top. How our spine has tendons and muscle intricatly interlacing each of the vertabra, thus interweaving a sophisticated seris of connections, enabling wide ranging smooth movement. We start to get the idea of how one contracted muscle, refusing to relax and thus not in snyc, can cause the breakdown of perfect alignment, which starts a compounding affect, resulting in a miriad of p ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ, adrenals and other symptoms by stefb  18mo   2,018  
     
    Ya , I dont know. My chiro said the structure of the body plays a big part in digestion too. I also have chronic sinus probs. I read this post on the Adrenal Fatigue forum about the jaw and adrenals... ... ... http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1777206#i ... ... ... ... Its been awhile since the person signed on so maybe thats a good sign it helped the adrenal probs he/she was experiencing. ... ... I’m going to go in for another consult with the TMJ specialist on the 17th. He said the jaw muscles are being pulled and since my skull and jaw are both shifted off to the right, it cuts the bloodflow to t ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ, adrenals and other symptoms by candisufferer  18mo   2,068  
     
    I have suffered from an inflamed TMJ in the past and to some extent it crops up frequently of late while I’m dealing with my candida battles. I suspect I have adrenal/thyroid issues and got blood testing this very day to see where those stand. I don’t think adrenals/thyroid play into a TMJ issue but, who knows... ... ... Not sure if a chiro can really help with TMJ, perhaps yes perhaps no. Years ago when I first sought help through an ENT he treated the condition with putting me on a liquid diet for 14 days to allow the nerve running through the TMJ to calm down, then when introducing chewing a ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • TMJ, adrenals and other symptoms by stefb  18mo   2,189  C  
     
    I have been diagnosed with adrenal fatigue/ burn out. I believe I’ve got all kinds of issues going on, but thats just one for sure thing happening. I have been seeing a chiropractor who adjusts me weekly. When I leave him my energy is incredible. I almost don’t know what to do with myself. Then I go to bed wake up and back to same old thing... zero energy. He said its my jaw that is not allowing my adjustment to hold. He suggested I see a Holistic dentist who is also a TMJ specialist. He agreed with the chiro that my TMJ is knocking my whole body off, and thats why his adjustments w ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Dorn method for dislocated jaw? by mightyoak  20mo   1,570  
     
    hello, its been a few months, how did you make out with your jaw? Are you ok now? i just stumbled on this post, andI know alot about this, because it happened to me. I have never heard of the dorn method, but my chiropracter fixed my jaw after it was severely dislocated for two years. If you need any help, just ask. I may know. Then again i may not.   [End]
     
  • Audio Embedded Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by LordUgh  20mo   4,007  
     
    Hello, ... ... I suffered from what I thought was chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and fibromyalgia (FM) for 9.5 years. Below is a list of things that have helped me. I wanted to pass them along in hopes that they may help someone else. I am not a medical practitioner. Always consult a physician before starting/stopping any medication, etc. ... ... How It Started: ... On Thursday, Sept. 27th, 2001, I went to bed feeling fine. The next morning, Friday, I woke up feeling like I hadn’t slept. No matter how I tried, I could not get going. I went to bed very early that night and slept for 14-ish hours. ... [Audio Embedded Here]   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Can adrenal fatigue cause TMJ? by ERM  23mo   2,617  
     
    Hi Worked4me, ... ... May I know who is your dentist? His/her website perhaps? May I know how long had you been in treatment with this dentist? Are you improving? ... ... Thanks, ... ERM   [End]
     
  • Dorn method for dislocated jaw? by Oli8  24mo   1,389  C  
     
    Hi, I’ve had dislocated jaw for about 2 months now. I’m booked in to see a specialist in a months’s time, but thought it worthwile trying some of the alternative methods before that. I was wondering if anyone on here has experience with using Dorn for jaw joints corrections? I heard it works miracles on the spine so maybe it could be helpful here too. Thanks for your feedback or other recommendations!   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ and obstructive sleep apnea by Jerez  24mo   833  
     
    I am seeing a dentist in Tacoma WA. ... he has a new science concerning sleep apnea,. ... maintains that clenching etc is a way to tone the throat muscle, ( tongue) and open the breathing passage. Sleeping on stomach, talking a lot, all ways to keep the throat open to breathe. He apparently has seen people with MS walk unaided, ADHD,Torrets, etc cured...auto immune he thinks is a myth. Many others have huge responses with his treatment, People see him form all over the world. ... I have been seeing him for almost a year, and for me, one of the more difficult mouth/throats, still no relief. ... It’s c ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • TMJ, severe pain in throat/salivary gland?? Help! by ragalee  24mo   1,301  
     
    I have TMJ and wear a splint/guard at night as that is the only time I clench my teeth. ... ... I haven’t been clenching my teeth as bad lately, and the other night i didn’t wear it. All day yesterday I had a pretty sore throat and it was uncomfortable to swallow and felt like I was being gently choked just below the Adams Apple. ... ... After dinner, by about an hour or so, the pain began to increase quite rapidly, to the point where I thought the gland under the jaw (salivary gland? lymph node?) was going to explode, or something was trying to get out of it. I tried gargling with water and perox ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Can adrenal fatigue cause TMJ? by worked4me  24mo   2,695  
     
    I had 4 cavitations after having my wisdom teeth extracted . I finally discovered them after ten years of shoulder , lymph node , body illness. chronic illness daily . all of my symptoms disappeared after cavitation cleaning and ozone injections. ... Your recent wisdom tooth extraction could be a focal infection / cavitation. ... I still deal with some adrenal exhaustion issues . I live in BC Canada , the oral surgeon I went to works in Vancouver.he has a cavitat machine. ...   [End]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by Steve888  27mo   3,771  
     
    Some science and research on low level laser therapy for TMJ: ... http://www.healinglightseminars.com/laser-research-library/temporomandibular-joint-disorder/   [End]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by Steve888  27mo   3,710  
     
    Have you tried low level laser therapy/cold laser. There are several inexpensive healing laser pens available on the net for self treatment if you don’t want to pay a doctor for it. It works very well for TMJ issues. My offer of a free sample energy healing session is also available to you if you would like to try it. PM me for that. ... ... Peace ... Steve   [End]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by justaguy394  27mo   3,678  
     
    Years ago I had a (horrible) psychiatrist say almost the same thing to me... ”I think you surfaced from the dive and had a panic attack”. I stared at him and said ”that lasted for years?”, and he shrugged. I had a strong desire to hit him... that dive was one of the most peaceful things I had ever done. It was a ton of fun in very safe conditions. I knew what he was saying was flat out wrong. ... ... Since then I have learned a ton about what anxiety can do, mainly from other life experiences and reading a lot, so I can sort of see why he would say that. But I know I did not have a panic attack ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by justaguy394  27mo   3,665  
     
    Thanks for replying... that article is about divers suffering from decompression illness (the Bends). The first I did was get checked out by a scuba doctor and he was certain that what happened to me had nothing to do with decompression issues. Other scuba docs since then have agreed. I also underwent hyperbaric treatments last year as an experiement (mainly to see if a concussion I had a few months before the dive could be playing a role in all this) and it did nothing for me.   [End]
     
  • Re: Brain movement. by MENDOMAID  27mo   1,928  
     
    I did a search for ’brain scan white matter’ and you can read those websites. It does not seem to cause problems except in certain conditions. ... ... It is possible that your jaw is slightly displaced, a problem called TMJ ... Tmj Syndrome | LIVESTRONG.COM ... Tmj Syndrome. Overview It is estimated that 10 million Americans suffer from TMJ syndrome, a condition in which the temporomandibular joint does not function … ... ... www.livestrong.com/article/13778-tmj-syndrome · Cached page ... ... A dentist could adjust the bite - the way your teeth fit together for this might displace the jaw joints. A dentist co ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Brain movement. by gwilhelm  27mo   2,047  C  
     
    For the past few months I have developed a new symptom on top of my pre-existing health issues. ... ... Right now every time i press down on my teeth or start chewing I feel various parts of my head move. I don’t know if it’s my veins or parts of the brain itself... ... ... Apart from that , for the past few years I’ve had... ... - On set of sinusitis (had a surgery to correct) ... - Candida overgrowth from anti-biotic usage ... - Progressive memory/concentration loss. ... - The possibility of a major sleep issue involving lack of REM sleep. ... - Discovered on an MRI that I have large white-matter brain lesions ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • never use chiropractic - ever. n/m by motif  27mo   3,855  
     
  • Re: I have the cure for TMJ by Steve888  27mo   1,212  
     
    Please do.   [End]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by motif  27mo   3,929  
     
    something tells me you got panic attack on that day ... and believe me anxiety can bring you down.... ... Don’t blame scuba, I scuba dive a lot and it’s pretty safe ... when you follow common sense rules. Tackle with anxiety ... takes long time BTW. ...   [End]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by carl29111  27mo   3,830  
     
    http://www.scoop.it/t/scuba/p/448132619/a-doctor-devoted-to-keeping-honduras-s-lobster-divers-alive-scuba I just watched a show the other nite about scuba divers that got messed up. The Doctor was curing them in a hyperbaric chamber. I don’t know if this will help you or not but i would try and talk to this doctor. http://www.scoop.it/t/scuba/p/448132619/a-doctor-devoted-to-keeping-honduras-s-lobster-divers-alive-scuba   [End]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by justaguy394  28mo   3,952  
     
    Your first sentence is correct, that is exactly what happened. You have some good ideas there... one of my first thoughts when it happened was ”was I poisoned?”. You can sometimes get a bad air fill in the tank, but usually you can taste this and it would affect you more at depth than at the surface. So it seems very odd that I was fine the entire dive, then had problems just as I removed my regulator. That is why I tend to focus more on physical issues, but of course I have seen little progress from that. ... ... I plan on doing some big diet changes once the holidays are over... gluten free, ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by justaguy394  28mo   3,890  
     
    Thanks for the idea... I have tried cranial sacral therapy several times by different people over the years and unfortunately I never noticed any improvements from it. I know some people swear by it, though.   [End]
     
  • I have the cure for TMJ by ironsky  28mo   1,503  
     
    I used to have sever TMJ, it was miserable, but now I am completely cured, it is possible. It takes time and work but I can cure you 100%, please believe me, i will tell you how if interested.   [End]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by shesalady1  28mo   4,054  
     
    hi and sorry for ur condition. at the age of 8 my daughter had a little cold and then began to complain that her ”eyes are rolling”. doctors thought she was having seizures. fortunately, i was told about Cranial Sacral Therapy, which drains fluids that may be putting pressure on the brain. the pressure from ur scuba diving may have done that. they place their fingers lightly over certain spots on the head that help the lymphatic or other fluids drain to relieve the pressure. very gentle and hardly seems to make an impression, but can do a lot of good. ... ... best of luck   [End]
     
  • Re: scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by MENDOMAID  28mo   4,123  
     
    So you were just a 25 year old guy in good health who went scuba diving and suddenly, on your second dive, you developed some alarming problems and still have them 10 years later. Were you poisoned? You and your friend were probably using the same air and similar equipment but still it’s possible you reacted and he didn’t. Perhaps for some reason you have an intolerance to whatever was in the air or in the equipment. When I am exposed to some chemicals my muscles become weak. Often one of my neck vertabrae goes slightly out of joint and sometimes my jaw joint slips out too. My balance is p ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Just a thought, chiropractic? by justaguy394  28mo   4,112  
     
    Thanks for the idea... I have actually seen several chiros (at least 5 or 6). I never saw and benefit from them, unfortunately, and one guy actually made me feel worse. He was an upper cervical chiro, and after seeing him my sleep got all messed up again. ... ... I have seen a post about a guy who sounded similar to me and he got a ton of relief from a chiro who was very good at working the SCM muscles... I suspect it could help me. But it’s hard to just bounce from one chiro to another hoping that they have just the right expertise. Not sure how to find the right one.   [End]
     
  • Re: is this tmj ??? by #148083  28mo   2,005  
     
    Hi, ... I have very similar tinnitus, bruxism, blurry sight symptoms, and jaw/TMJ maneuvers that affect the level of the tinnitus. However, my tinnitus is pulsatile high-frequency, at the rate of heart-beat. As though I am hearing a blood vessel. I suspect some TMJ-related pressure is a cause of the tinnitus... ... I generally have low pulse and BP. ... ... Did you progress with diagnosis? IS it pulsatile for you as well? ... ... Hope all is well, ... Omri.   [End]
     
  • Just a thought, chiropractic? by North  28mo   4,266  
     
    Just a thought, chiropractic? Although you mention treatments that involve moving the head bones (sort of), like TMJ treatments, have you ever tried an actual chiropractor, to see about the alignment of the rest of your spine? ... ... I’ve been to many chiropractors over the years, and some did not do much for me, but a few did a lot for some odd things I had going on in my neck. Not the same as what you describe, but maybe an idea for you?   [End]
     
  • scuba dive messed me up and I can't heal, help please by justaguy394  28mo   4,781  C  
     
    At the urging of a friend, I am posting my health history here in hopes that someone may have some insight to help me out... ... ... My life changed in an instant in 2002. I was a brand new scuba diver on my first dive trip when I was a very healthy 25 year-old man. First dive went fine, but on the second, I surfaced and when I took the regulator out of my mouth, it felt like I got hit by a ton of bricks. I was immediately dizzy and felt drunk / confused / out-of-it. I had a weird pressure sensation like someone was pressing on the top of my head. I discussed this with my dive partner, but we a ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: tmj disorder treatment by gizmogrl  29mo   2,110  
     
    hi twald, ... ... I have had TMD for years, and done a lot of damage to my TMJoints and had disabling related pains. If I wasn’t writhing with blinding headaches, I was concussed, and the muscle spasms alone were out of control. I did know to use a mouthguard, which helped me protect my teeth and dental work. My TMJoint topos, scans, 360’s, deviation studies, wrecked dislocated discs and structures are super ugly, but I can eat (carefully) without dislocating and locking, so I’ve skipped the titanium joint replacement therapy, since the Mayo Clinic is honest enough to say it often doesn’t help ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Gastro Clinic Chennai by coshchennai  29mo   443  
     
    Cosh vision established a multi specially hospital in India to serve the local community by providing scientific perfection ... ... and health care in a locality where the need is most. Cosh aim is to establish a comprehensive system which would provide health ... ... care in suburban areas. Multi speciality clinic india, Orthopaedic Speciality Hospitals india, Master health check up. ... ... Cosh have all the recent advancements like arthroscopy, Pallitative care minimally invasive spine surgery and joint ... ... replacements which enable patients to recoup fast postperatively. We also believe on heal ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • tmj by judy-c  29mo   315  
     
    Has anyone ever tried prolotherapy for their tmj disorder?   [End]
     
  • Re: tmj disorder treatment by judy-c  29mo   1,481  
     
    Hi.. I’ve been wearing this jaw splint on my lower teeth. ... I take it out to eat, then brush my teeth, and back in it goes. It’s been 9 months now. My jaw would be out by 5-7 days and my chirop. would put it back in. I can now go up to 12 days. I had braces at an older age (51??) and wonder if this partly contributed to the problem.   [End]
     
  • tmj disorder treatment by twald  32mo   1,908  
     
    hi ... i am seeking treatment for tmd. i was curious if anyone has undergone any type of non-invasive treatment procedures and the outcome. ... ... i live in south florida and have been referred to ... ... Dr. Harold f Menchel ... ... http://www.tmjtherapy.com ... ... Dr. Leana Thanos ... ... http://www.westoncosmeticdentist.com ... ... The treatment procedures are quite costly, and I’m willing to make this investment, however i would prefer to hear some testimonials before i continue. ... ... If anyone has been treated for tmd by either of these dr’s please share in this post, or feel free to send me a private message and i w ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • TMJ Care and Treatment Short Hills, New Jersey by HealthCareMarketingGroup  3y   826  
     
    ... According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research of the National Institutes of Health, almost 11 million people in the United States suffer from TMJ problems at any given time. Both men and women experience TMJ problems; however, 90% of those seeking TMJ care and treatment are women. ... ... Many patients report the onset of TMJ symptoms after experiencing a traumatic injury to the jaw, having a complex dental work, following the insertion of a breathing tube used for having a surgical procedure, or from clenching and grinding of one’s teeth. ... ... Sometime ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Improper Jaw Alignment by HealthCareMarketingGroup  3y   817  
     
    ... ... ... Improper Jaw Alignment ... ... Many people suffer from daily pain due to a jaw that is misaligned. Most people usually overlook these symptoms as stress from their everyday lives. Some of the most common symptoms of a misaligned jaw are: ... ...  •  Headaches ...  •  Migraines ...  •  Dizziness ...  •  Pain in the face or jaw ...  •  Neck and shoulder pain ...  •  Sensitive teeth ...  •  Fatigue ...  •  Irritability ...  •  Locking or clicking jaw ...  •  ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Questions about Probiotic symptoms by hayley3  3y   2,106  
     
    I have that same problem and take magnesium for it, otherwise I get a migraine soon after. I also startle easily from sounds. Have you noticed if you do that as well? ... ... Cheryl   [End]
     
  • Re: Questions about Probiotic symptoms by alahadances  3y   2,207  
     
    thanks for the response. I have done some research on molybdenum and I am going to include it in my protocol now. What doses gave you this kind of response and have you tried to start very low??   [End]
     
  • Re: Questions about Probiotic symptoms by irenap  3y   2,550  
     
    I started a new strong probiotic a few days ago and I am also having this happen to me. Jaw tension like TMJ I also feel like I have arthritis. I think for me, this is detox and die off. I just read an interesting post on the candida forum. That related to toxins and candida. It was in response to someone with a query about being tiered after meals. The issue is similar in that it is related to toxins associated with candida. Look at that post and research molybedum. I hope this is useful.   [End]
     
  • Questions about Probiotic symptoms by alahadances  3y   2,438  C  
     
    Can someone assist me in understanding a very odd symptom I seem to have when I start a new course of probiotics -- my jaw becomes tighter and I find myself clenching my mouth and teeth during waking and sleeping hours. I have this sense that I am holding my jaw, as opposed to it being relaxed in my mouth. ... ... I have mercury poisoning and I am currently chelating with DMSA 3 days on 11 days off. I am feeling well enough to start probiotics, but I am deeply puzzled by this symptom and wonder if it is a sign to stop or keep moving through it. ... ... I can imagine the gut has a great deal to do ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ pain relief. Thank you so much! by crusinnj  3y   1,502  
     
    nonofollow: ... ... First i tried your link to the TMJ-help.org and it didn’t work so maybe you can send me it after you check it out so I can post this there as well. ... ... Dentists don’t seem to respond to me when I provide them with my solution to the fix on TMJ so here’s a slight story and the solution I found. I also have suggested this to some 27 people who also had TMJ and it helped all as well. ... ... Condition: Severe pain in jaws like pressure of a vice closing your jaw, clicking in the ear, grinding of teeth adds to the condition and once you have it you can’t even eat a banana from the ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Can adrenal fatigue cause TMJ? by Vegeta  3y   4,289  
     
    Spoke to my maxilofacial consultant today and he has no idea why I have jaw pain and jaw and neck muscle pain. ... ... My jaw x-rays show the jaw discs and joints show no damage or wear and tear. I mentioned if it could be muscular i.e neuromuscular and he said it most likely is and has referred me to a neurologist. ... ... I also asked if the cracking and popping sounds from the jaw can be due to muscle tension and also the transient deviation and he said yes. ... ... I can open my mouth fully, its just my jaw muscles can be very soar and also my masseter and temporalis are tender.   [End]
     
  • Re: Can adrenal fatigue cause TMJ? by Vegeta  3y   4,212  
     
    Yeah, that is what I feel too as my cortisol isn’t too low, I have early stage adrenal fatigue with slightly high blood pressure. ... ... So, if collagen gets better as the adrenals recover, will the stretch marks disappear or would I need to use stuff like MSM, coconut oil etc to fade them?   [End]
     
  • Re: Can adrenal fatigue cause TMJ? by ERM  3y   4,295  
     
    The TMJ cause the bad neck and shoulder pain.   [End]
     
  • Re: Can adrenal fatigue cause TMJ? by ERM  3y   4,349  
     
    Oh yeah, I forgot to add. There is a possibility of cavitation due to the removal of wisdom teeth (I had 4 wisdom teeth removed before the TMJ). My suspicion is the TMJ is somehow caused by the wisdom toothe removal, but I have yet to find dentist who can check cavitation for me. ... ... Vegeta, have you checked with any holistic dentist who know the cavitation issue? There is a possibility since you removed your wisdom teeth. ... ... Besides mercury poisoning, cavitation is one of the thing which can trigger fatigue. ... ... ERM   [End]
     
  • Re: Can adrenal fatigue cause TMJ? by ERM  3y   4,622  
     
    I got TMJ prior to adrenal fatigue (i think about a year or two). After some research, I thought somehow it’s related to mercury poisoning &/ cavitation, which also lead to the fatigue. I never thought the adrenal fatigue cause TMJ. I thought the mercury poisoning somehow contribute to the TMJ and the fatigue. Any other thoughts? ... ... Btw, my TMJ is no longer painful (due the physiotherapy). However, it become a problem for my dentist to remove my aching root canal teeth. My dentist refuse to remove it for fear it will cause further damage to my jaw (and trigger TMJ pain again). ... ... I wonder ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Can adrenal fatigue cause TMJ? by anonalon  3y   4,518  
     
    I got TMJ in the beginning of my illness as well. My mouth would only open so far and if i wanted to open it further it would make a loud pop in my jaw and be uncomfortable. ... ... I haven’t had it in a long time now. As for the collagen I was informed this would reverse itself when your adrenals recover. ... ... In the mean time you could try 6,000 mgs of Vitamin C divided up in 4 doses and 6,000 mgs of L-lysine divided up in 4 doses as well as 500 mgs of L-proline. This is suppose to help the collagen. It also cleans the arteries really well, which people need if they have hypothyroidism.   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Can adrenal fatigue cause TMJ? by Vegeta  3y   4,536  C  
     
    I got TMJ around the same time I developed symptoms of hypothyroidism and adrenal fatigue about 2 1/2 years ago. I’ve experienced some catabolism which has caused stretch marks on my biceps and slightly drooping forehead skin. Is this due to collagen loss? Can it be replenished? ... ... I also had my wisdom tooth removed 3 months before having any symptoms of hypo and adrenal fatigue so I don’t know what the cause is. ... ... Also, either the TMJ is causing the bad neck and shoulder pain+stiffness or its the adrenals. ... ... Can anyone provide some insight? ... ... Thanks.   [End]
     
  • Re: I can't find the mouthpiece I saw before by rxforlife  3y   4,193  
     
    Hello, ... ...   ... ... I am not sure if you found what you were looking for, but I came across something when I was looking for help with snoring, and found a blog page that directed me to a product to help with snoring.  I will put a link here in case you want to take a look :)  Good Luck!  (Incidentally, I did get this product and it worked for me) :)  http://antisnoringdevicereview.com/ ...   [End]
     
  • Re: is this tmj ??? by LuellaMay  4y   2,914  
     
     It could be tmj, but you mentioned that you suffer from anxiety.  In my own personal experience, my anxiety results in tmj and related symptoms, actually, the ones you describe.  When I am anxiety-free there are absolutely no symptoms.  It’s something about anxiety giving muscles a life of their own causing them to tense, sometimes with resulting pain and other symptoms.  Other common muscles affected are the shoulder and back muscles. ... ... The symptoms you describe below all result from anxiety.  They could be caused by tmj, but then again, you said the magic ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • is this tmj ??? by cazuale88  4y   3,036  C  
     
    Hello all. ... ... Primary concern is my tinnitus which is bilaterial and really quite loud. Stops me from sleeping a lot of the time. Any other symptoms I can take on the chin but this really gets to me. Along with this i sufffer from the inability to ’pop’ my ears(constant, can not equalise the pressure), head aches/pressure, bruxism and a tense jaw. I also suffer from anxiety and notice when i am particiularly anxious my jaw tension worsens, coherently with the tinnitus, ear fullness etc ... ... i also find it difficult to concentrate and get visual disturbances. (hard to describe - blotchy, ’s ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • tmj by dnewsome2  4y   664  
     
    Im not sure if i have tmj my symtoms are pain in my left ear and behind the left eye kinda makes your hole head/neck hurt. my ear feels like it needs to pop and sinus on left side only feels pluged a little but i know i dont have a sinus infection no drainage nothing. and i have never been so tired sleeping alot. i went to the doc and did not have an ear infection. i do hear a little clicking if i open wide enough. it also sound like i have fluid in my ears can any one help thanks.   [End]
     
  • Re: tmj cured by chiropractor by notmd  4y   1,066  
     
    Hello Everyone, ... ... I just posted this in another thread, but thought you may want to read it too. ... ... Chiropractic treatment has been super helpful, and super painful for me. The moral of the story: Go to a real chiropractor, and not a high-volume one. ... ... I actually just wrote a blog post about it on my TMD blog: http://www.notmd.com/best-chiropractic-methods-andwhy-you-should-avoid-high-volume-chiropractors/ ... ... I’d love to hear your thoughts. ... ... Thanks, ... ... Kevin   [End]
     
  • Re: tmj - chiropractor cured by notmd  4y   1,147  
     
    Hello Everyone, ... ... Chiropractic treatment has been super helpful, and super painful for me. The moral of the story: Go to a real chiropractor, and not a high-volume one. ... ... I actually just wrote a blog post about it on my TMD blog: http://www.notmd.com/best-chiropractic-methods-andwhy-you-should-avoid-high-volume-chiropractors/ ... ... I’d love to hear your thoughts. ... ... Thanks, ... ... Kevin   [End]
     
  • I am having stomach pain daily, blurred vison and fatigue, and just feel... by joshpett2003  4y   903  
     
  • Re: I can't find the mouthpiece I saw before by Genmata  4y   4,543  
     
    Try Amazon.. They have several and they have good user reviews. I’ve considered getting one since I hate the CPAP. ... curious if it would help me. ... I have severe Apnea   [End]
     
  • I can't find the mouthpiece I saw before by Minnie90  4y   4,879  C  
     
    A couple of months ago I searched for snoring/sleep apnea mouthpieces and bought one that brings my jaw forward a little and it helps. I feel if it brought my jaw forward even more then it would be better. I saw a few that bring my jaw more forward, but I can’t find the one that I wanted. It is much like the SnoreMender www.snoremenders.com (which what I’ll get if I can’t find the one I’m looking for), but it had 3 different sizes sold together and they were blue. Can anyone help me find that again or tell the brand name to find it please? Also what do you guys think about the snoremender ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: cavitation specialist in new York by rocknlocks  4y   3,320  
     
    Hi Dian, I will post a couple recommended dentists to your inbox...   [End]
     
  • cavitation specialist in new York by dianz873  4y   2,345  C  
     
    I am looking for a cavitation specialist in New York area. I need infected root canal tooth extracted.I have several teeth like this but this one seems to give me most symptoms. ... I had 4 wisdom teeth extracted before as well for no apparent reason - wrong advice by the doctor.And cavitat did show a problem so I might need help with those too. ... I have been sick with disabling chronic fatigue for many years, have not being able to work despite all those years of an education and strenuous training. ... I would appreciate referral or the information. ... Dian   [End]
     
  • Re: anterior open bite after splints by ajm07  4y   3,651  
     
    I’m in the same boat. I had some TMJ issues a year ago, which seemed to resolve themselves within a week. But the dentist told me to wear a splint, and after 9 months I have an anterior open bite. It seems to me that only my wisdom teeth are touching. ... ... I’m going to a TMJ specialist, who I am guessing will suggest removal of wisdom teeth. But I don’t know if that will be enough to fix the open bite.   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ - anything can help when locked up? by Hveragerthi  4y   2,310  
     
    Magnesium malate and kudzu root are both great muscle relaxers. If using the magnesium DO NOT take it with calcium as calcium contracts muscles.   [End]
     
  • floob post takes you to TMJ Help Program which requires a purchase by mytwo  4y   5,936  
     
    I hate these types of postings. Trying to promote and sell something.   [End]
     
  • TMJ - anything can help when locked up? by mytwo  4y   2,375  C  
     
    My friend is asking me to help her figure out if there is anything natural that will help unlock her TMJ. She is in really bad pain and the doc gave her a muscle relaxant. ... ... Any suggestions? ... ... Blessings.   [End]
     
  • Anyone had TMJ replacement surgery? by tlovesb  4y   3,039  C  
     
    First a little history - I have had TMJ issues for over 20 years. I had my first surgery in 1987 after splint therapy failed to help me. My jaw was repositioned as part of the surgery, so I then had to wear braces for five years to reposition my teeth. I was very pleased with the results of that surgery, but after 10 years or so I started having problems again. In 1999 I had a second surgery to remove scar tissue and also replace the destroyed disk in my left side with dermis? from my hip area. This surgery took much longer to recuperate from, but still was an improvement over pre surgery ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Edited by #119945  4y   603  
     
    i have tmj, but no pain. it i   [End]
     
  • anterior open bite after splints by cmo123  4y   2,984  
     
    Hello all and thank you for sharing your experiences. I have been working with a cranio mandibular specialist for a year and he has cured my TMJ with splints. However, after wearing them full time for 12 months I now realize that he has ruined my bite and I have an anterior open bite. Luckily I can still eat but this has to be addressed! I know this has happened to others: if anyone could tell me how they fixed this I would be most appreciative. ... Thanks!   [End]
     
  • is this tmj need help by kenny198905  4y   866  
     
    I need advice im i have real bad anxity problams and im freaking out it started 3 montehs ago with my right ear ringing went to ent and he told me i had otoscrosis never eraly did any test then i started to have presure on the right side of my head i clench my teeth ear pain eye pain stiffness of the cheek bone sore throt and i get nuaseated a lot is this tmj????   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ on one side only by Steve888  5y   3,377  
     
    My offer of 10min of free healing to all curezone members still stands. It really works. I hope you find relief either way. ... ... Peace ... Steve   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ on one side only by ring5100  5y   3,309  
     
    Thank you. Visiting this site, quite late, as my TMJ has flared up again, very bad this time. With very sore neck and also left ear is plugged and in pain. ... ... I looked at the webpage of the book you suggested, author Katherine Page. Looks great, but very pricy. ... ... With the economy in a bad way, so has our budget been poor. ... I just can’t afford the $49 for this book ( a lot for just a book ) ... ... But, thanks anyway. Will have to wait till I can save up for this, but do want to get it. ... Thank you. Pauline   [End]
     
  • Need information please by Hope2055  5y   677  
     
    I hope this shows up, I am new to this site. I have severe pain from TMJ (discs dislocated) from a dental procedure. I lost my mouth guard in a house fire, my INS. will NOT replace. Has anyone had any minor procedures to help them with the pain and muscle spasms? I am in physical therapy and it helps, but I cannot go forever? ... Thanks ... Hope   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ exercises by floob  5y   2,101  
     
    I was looking for the same thing as you a while back. Found some good videos, but the previous poster is right, alot of your problems can be solved by correcting your posture. everything is connected after all! ... ... Here are the vids: tmj exercises   [End]
     
  • Re: Has any of you tried the TMJ Help Program? by floob  5y   6,833  
     
    I agree with perfect here I think. But for people who don’t have such sever symptoms TMJ exercises work really well. ... ... I think the exercises are best used when symptoms are detected early. I found some good videos that might be helpful to some people looking for a bit of pain relief: http://www.treatment-for-tmj.com/treatments-for-tmj/tmj-exercises-simple-exercises-fix-tmj-home   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ and Sea Kelp by Iolite  5y   3,735  
     
    You might be hypothyroid. TMJ can be one of the symptoms, I believe. http://www.stopthethyroidmadness.com is a good place to start to read up on hypothyroidism. Kelp is high in iodine - good, but is also known to be contaminated with arsenic -- not good. Lugols iodine and iodoral are also high in iodine but don’t have the asenic. You might want to think about switching to one of these. Swanson Vitamins sells 2oz of 2% lugols iodine for $10. Google for best prices of iodoral. www.iodine4health.com is a good resource for iodine. ... ... Be advised that as you continue to take iodine, yo ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ and Sea Kelp by solmare  5y   3,415  
     
    Very interesting. How much Kelp are you taking per day?   [End]
     
  • Antidepressants and TMJ by #87379  5y   1,913  
     
    Many dentists and doctors recommend antidepressants for TMJ but you should not take them because you will eventually get worse and in my case I believe my TMJ was caused by my antidepressant use.Antidepressnts damage the brain and nervous system but paradoxically they supress the symptoms they cause which is why people get infinitely worse when they stop taking the drugs. In school and work place shootings we always hear that the shooter was off his medication .This only means that the withdrawal is worse than the drug but do not infer that the person would not have been better if he never ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • TMJ and Sea Kelp by #117907  5y   3,745  C  
     
    Hi was reading and agree certain food does enhance the problem - I had to avoid many food, even drinks, brushing my teeth scared me and going to sleep sometimes I would wake not able to swallow or breath! Finally I’ve managed to resolve the situation quite a bit. I found my answer, born out of vanity for longer hair and nails..... I started taking ’Sea Kelp’ thinking it was doing very little, I stopped for three weeks, and then the pain came back - silent tears (too painful to scream) and agony where I honestly thought my end was near!!! So I’m back on the Sea Kelp, and guess what... min ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Has any of you tried the TMJ Help Program? by godmadeusperfect  5y   6,688  
     
    ... No amount of excercise can help your bite to be in a healthy position without permanent structural change. The people who posted about the TMJ help program should have just been honest and said ”hey, I have a new book that might help” instead of planting questions and responses. ... ... Do the TMJ/Postural excersises available in the book or through any chiropractor for a while so you can get your jaw to a state of relaxation and then go to a dentist and have him build up teeth with bonding to make this bite a permanent bite and not just one you are able to achieve with relaxation technique ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: tmj?? by godmadeusperfect  5y   1,255  
     
    Go to a good chiropractor and hopefully they can recommend a good chiropractic dentist where you could work as a team. ... ... Do a good parasite cleanse as well, it helps with all sorts of inexplicable aches and pains. ... ... Do a good biological dental cleanup. ... ... I hope you are feeling better.   [End]
     
  • An Aid, But Not a Permanent Solution by godmadeusperfect  5y   2,045  
     
    The ”Thank You So Much” post sounds like an advertisement to me. Nonofollows has only done a couple posts on TMJ support and none anywhere else. A true CZer answers the question ”what is in the book” honestly with specific instructions to the excercises, not by just saying ”read the book to find out how”. I am sure this person wants to help people which I appreciate, but we have to be realistic. ... ... Excercises cannot fix a severe TMJ disorder. You need structural realignment to correct a bad bite, you need bite reconstruction by a chiropractic dentist. ... ... Do not buy this thinking it wi ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: TMJ pain relief. Thank you so much! by #54682  5y   2,003  
     
    well im asking for my money back cause i tried it and it made me worse!!!! so the fact that they say that its a cure is wrong cause its not for everyone...............im glad you are better thou.........   [End]
     
  • TMJ - Botox relief by pinkjackal  5y   1,429  
     
    Hi there, I have suffered from TMJ for approx 7 years & also have arthritis on the left side of my jaw due to this. I take 4 tramadol & 3 Diclofenac each day to try and help the pain. I went to see a surgeon 2 weeks ago as they were going to try & ’wash’ out the joint to see if that would help. When I got to the hospital they explained that, as a last ditch attempt before the surgery they wanted to try botox. So I went back 4 days later & got 8 injections of botox on both sides of my face (so 18 in all) into my jaw muscles. It wasn’t too sore on the right side, but the left side was f ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • tmj?? by seeking77  5y   1,477  
     
    I have had severe ear pain upon waking in the morning for about 10 years now, maybe even more. I used to think it was always whatever ear I woke up NOT sleeping on, the one exposed to the environment (side sleeper). Now I am realizing it is always my right ear and I must just sleep on my left side most often. It is the most intense pain I have ever had and it is so debilitating in the morning that I can’t move my head even a fraction of an inch without the most horrid stabbing pains shooting throughout my entire head, but mostly centered around the ear. Once I finally make myself jerk ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • TMJ- no pain by KattyKimK  5y   1,416  C  
     
    I have TMJ but it doesn’t hurt me and never had. My jaw clicks when I chew but that’s the only problem I have with it. Should I have it looked at even though it causes me no pain? I’m kind of afraid of what they may tell me!   [End]
     
  • Re: Can TMJ cause nasal problems? Desperate for help! by gungho9  5y   7,497  
     
    Why not try a decongestant called Flucur which is made in Japan. I have been using it for many years and it serves me well. If you can’t buy it in your area then let me know at my email: gungho9@gmail.com ... ... Dennis   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ on one side only by worldrocks  5y   3,627  
     
    hi, ... ... you’re still around! I have had about 5 or more falls on my neck over 10 years and treated for neck and back pain. clenching and ramdon migraines for 5 years bit my gum guard to shreds last week went for new one and was diagnosed tmj. headaches everyday for last year from base of skull up over left eye itchy and sore ears, throbbing head, dull head stabbing head with little needles, neck terrible in morning, boiling hot forehead, sore teeth, jaw, shoulders and behind ears. I couldnt sleep recently and had panic attacks, head was mental and enough was enough. i had been on pizotifen ...   [retrieve this message]
     
  • Re: Has any of you tried the TMJ Help Program? by ring5100  5y   6,788  
     
    Your testimonial sounds re-assuring. I will have to pursue this program. ... Thanks. Paulette   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ on one side only by ring5100  5y   3,603  
     
    Thank you. ... I too saw this webpage and made a copy of it for future purchase. Everything cost! ... How long have you tried this, again? How bad was your pain? ... Mine is in front of the ear, behine the ear, down from the temple to lower jawline and a bit in the cheek and even onto the forehead. ... Paulette   [End]
     
  • Re: TMJ on one side only by #110337  5y   3,667  
     
    Hello, ... ... I am new on this site too and saw your message, i hope you still check this site. If you still in pain or not found a suitable option for relieving tmj, have a serious look at http://www.tmj-help.org ... its not a scam which i originally thought i am currently trying it out and seeing great results meaning pain relief and no clenching at night, change in jaw alignment after only a week. i can still see room for improvement but nothing changes to perfect overnight. because there is less pain i am aware of the triggers now so i can also proactively manage the tmj whilst i recover ... ...   [retrieve this message]
     
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