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02. 27. 2020

Sleep Aches, Sleep Apnea

How Behavior Patterns Affects Sleep

          How Behavior Patterns Affects Sleep Getting a good night’s sleep is essential, but still ends up at the bottom of the list and is elusive for many.  Why?  The number one excuse is “I don’t have enough time to sleep”.  Sleep is one of the most important components in our…

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02. 25. 2020

TMJ

What Happens if TMJ Goes Untreated?

  Have you ever had your jaw lock up on you? Does your face often hurt when you wake up? Do you hear clicking when you are eating, do you have eye or ear problems? All of these symptoms are possible signs of a temporomandibular joint disorder or TMJ. If you fail to seek  TMJ…

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01. 20. 2020

Sleep Aches, TMJ

Are Women Affected More Than Men?

There are countless symptoms and dysfunctions associated with the TNS (trigeminal nervous system), and unfortunately women are more prone to them than men.  As medical professionals, a thorough examination should be performed on each and every patient to assure that nothing is being overlooked. The list associated with the CSNB (chief sensory nerve of the…

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01. 07. 2020

TMJ

How To Relieve TMJ Pain

As a person suffering from a TMJ disorder, you know how distressing it can be to try to relieve TMJ pain. Like many others, you probably contend with pain in your jaw, neck and face, along with common symptoms like blurred vision, ear pain, muffled hearing, dizziness, ringing of ears, light and sound sensitivity, eye…

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