Q&A: need your help on TMJ?

Question by Doll Face: need your help on TMJ?
Jaw joint pain(TMJ)??
i have braces and im 15 yrs old i wnt to my orthdadontist hes didnt even chack it or anything hes likee oo its okayy, its gunna get better by it slef. But its getting worse everyday and its hurting i went to my family doctor and he said its TMJ.
Is TMJ bad, what should i do.WHat is TMJ

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Answer by dares2cares
OK TMJ is pain in the Temporal mandibular Joint (or TMJ) for short. Since you have braces, you have your teeth putting pressure on that short. However, there are many other causes of TMJ and one of those may be affecting you.

The most common cause of TMJ is actually a misalignment between your head and neck. If your head is sitting where it is lightly “tipped” it can cause TMJ pain and symptoms. I would recommend that you ask your parents to go to a chiropractor to see if your occiput (pronounced oxi-put) is misaligned. Once this is realigned, your TMJ should get better.

I really wish you the best

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  1. Herbal and homeopathic remedies can also be very helpful in the overall treatment plan for people who experience jaw tension or TMJ symptoms. Homeopathic treatments such as Causticum, Hypericum perforatum, Ignatia, Kalmia, Magnesia phosphorica, Rhus toxicodendron and Ruta graveolens can soothe and relax strained ligaments in the jaw area. Herbs in a tincture form such as Cramp bark (Viburnum opulus), Lobelia (Lobelia inflata), Passiflora incarnata and Melissa officinalis can also provide safe and natural alternatives to prescription medications.

    Get details on the above here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/remedies/t/tmjdisorders.htm

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