Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) pain is a frustrating problem for many people. Poor sleep quality, pain when eating and constant discomfort can make life miserable. Many treatments for TMJ focus on the joint itself, splinting at night, injections, medication. But there are several other ways to approach the problem that are not commonly prescribed or recommended by healthcare providers. These approaches may work on their own or in combination with other more conventional treatments. Sometimes trying one or two new things is all it takes to get out of pain and back to the enjoyable things in life.
Here are 6 things to consider if you suffer from TMJ pain:
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