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If you’ve started showing signs of sleep apnea, there are some measures you can take to improve your overall health and prevent progression of the disease. The ideas listed below will help you undo the damage that is causing you sleep apnea: Improve Your Diet You may...

How to get the most out of your sleep when suffering from TMD. Sleeping position matters Adequate sleep is necessary to manage symptoms of TMD, but if you suffer from this disorder you likely have a difficult time finding a comfortable sleeping position. The position in which you...

Learn more about a little-known disease that is often linked to TMJ issues. What is Dystonia? According to the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation, “Dystonia is a neurological disorder that causes excessive, involuntary muscle contractions. These muscle contractions result in abnormal muscle movements and body postures, making it...

TMJ can affect anybody. So here are a few TMJ symptoms you can be on the lookout for. 1. Widespread Pain TMJ has been known to cause the entire face and neck area to feel tender. Eye, cheekbone, neck, and lower jaw bone pain may all be...

Consuming alcohol is, for better or worse, a way to treat yourself and relax at the end of the day for many people all around the world. Whether you drink because you enjoy the taste of a cold beer at the end of a workday...

Why TMD could be the reason you’re experiencing vertigo and getting dizzy. What is TMD (Temporomandibular Jaw Dysfunction)? TMD is a jaw disorder that affects the body in a number of ways. It is commonly known to appear as other illnesses, causing it to be overlooked. TMD causes...

TMJ is known for being a “pain in the neck.” What is TMJ anyway? TMJ (Temporomandibular Jaw Dysfunction) is not a lone disorder, but a group of painful jaw issues that can be a result of dental issues, trauma, postural issues, or a psychiatric condition. Some symptoms...

If you work at night or know someone who does, you may find that you’re experiencing or witnessing Shift Work Sleep Disorder (SWSD). What is SWSD, and how could it be affecting me? Shift Work Sleep Disorder, or SWSD, is common in those who work non-traditional or...