TMJ

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Is stress affecting your jaw? Many people living with the pain of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) do not realize the impact of stress and anxiety on their jaw joints. But, the pain of TMD is directly impacted by stress and anxiety. We hope to bring you some eye-opening insight into…

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More than 50 million Americans are living with a form of tinnitus. Commonly known as ringing in the ears, this condition often impacts an individual’s quality of life. Some statistics show that the disease affects one in every 10 adults across the nation, and episodes, on average, can last more…

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Laughing too hard can mean a bellyache, tears streaming down the cheeks and the inability to catch your breath, but can laughing too hard mean the risk of dislocating your jaw? Maybe. According to a recent article in Entertainment Times of India, this is just what happened to a Chinese…

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Bad posture is a pretty easy habit to fall into and a tough habit to break. Think about it: How much time are you spending hunched in front of a screen or a keyboard at work or just hanging out on the couch scrolling on your phone? Holding your body…

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One in four people are living with the pain and other uncomfortable symptoms of temporomandibular joint disorder. Chew on that a minute – if you can. Temporomandibular disorder – also known as TMD – can make it difficult to chew and talk. This is because the condition affects the jaw…

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Many music lovers and musicians, both young and old, are already aware that loud music can cause a buzzing or ringing in the ears. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, around 15 percent of Americans – more than 50 million – have experienced tinnitus, a ringing or buzzing…