Treatments for TMJ Syndrome

Symptoms, Causes,
Old and New Treatments
for Bruxism, Jaw and Ear Pain

by Lawrence Gold
certified Hanna somatic educator

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KEYWORDS:

  • treatment for TMJ
  • ear and jaw pain
  • teeth clenching
  • jaw clenching
  • orofacial pain
  • bruxism / teeth grinding
  • cure TMJ/TMD naturally
TMJ Syndrome (or TMD : Temporo-Mandibular Dysfunction) comes down to this: Your jaw muscles are too tight. Then come the common symptoms of TMJ Syndrome: jaw pain, ear pain, teeth grinding, TMJ headaches.

TMJ/TMD is simple: The clenching is a manifestation of the ingrained memory of stress and/or a reflexive reaction to pain, especially dental pain. It's a conditioning problem of your brain and jaw muscles.

What has become conditioned can be re-conditioned (relatively rapidly) through training. I explain direct retraining, contrasted with indirect methods -- a mouth guard (appliance), dental surgery, or mouth massage -- here.

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In this write-up, which consists of the topics at right, you'll learn how TMJ Syndrome forms and how you can substantially improve or eliminate it in about two weeks. Due to the disparity between what I say and what dentists say about the time to resolution, I ask you to refrain from forming an opinion until you have done the reading and tested the first exercise.

I'll explain common methods of treatment and this five-step (results guaranteed) process for progressive and lasting relief that works quickly, comfortably, and conveniently -- either with professional help (very quickly) or by yourself (more gradually).

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