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Migraine Relief

Are you suffering from constant and painful migraines, possibly related to TMJ?

TMJ Migraine

If you’re someone who suffers from chronic migraines, you likely know all too well the life-altering impact they can have. The pain, sensitivity to light and sound, and nausea can leave you feeling incapacitated for hours or even days at a time. Fortunately, the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Center  & Dentistry offers a solution that may come as a surprise – dental treatment.

By addressing dental issues like misaligned bites and bruxism, the center’s skilled professionals can alleviate the underlying causes of migraines and reduce or even eliminate their occurrence altogether. Trust in the expertise and experience of the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Center and Dentistry to help you find lasting relief from the migraine nightmare.

Our team of professionals will work closely with you to develop a personalized treatment plan, utilizing cutting-edge technology and techniques to promote relief and improve your quality of life. Trust us for migraine relief that goes beyond just masking the pain.

Find Relief For Your Symptoms:

  • Use hot or cold therapy: Applying a hot or cold compress to the affected area can help reduce inflammation and provide relief from pain. Experiment with both heat and cold to see which works best for you.
  • Practice Relaxation Techniques: Stress can exacerbate TMJ-related migraines, so it’s important to find ways to relax and reduce tension. Techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, and yoga can be helpful.
  • Avoid Trigger Foods: Certain foods can trigger migraines in people with TMJ disorder. Common triggers include caffeine, alcohol, chocolate, and aged cheeses. Keep a food diary to identify your triggers and avoid them.
  • Practice Good Posture: Poor posture can strain the muscles in your neck and shoulders, which can exacerbate TMJ-related migraines. Sit up straight, keep your shoulders back, and avoid slouching.
  • Seek Professional Help: If your TMJ-related migraines are severe or chronic, it may be time to seek professional help. A dentist or physician can evaluate your symptoms and recommend treatment options, such as dental splints or medications. In some cases, surgery may be necessary.
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