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What Is Causing My Migraines and How Can I Find Relief?

What Is Causing My Migraines and How Can I Find Relief?

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For many people with migraine headaches, relief seems as though it will never be attainable.  Often individuals with migraine headaches have difficulty receiving a proper diagnosis for the cause of their devastating and debilitating migraine headaches.  If you fall into the category of undiagnosed migraine headaches, chances are you may have temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain.  But do not fear there is a solution for migraine headache relief associated with TMJ pain. 

Since TMJ straddles the line of medicine and dentistry it is often difficult to get an accurate diagnosis.  Many patients go for years without an accurate diagnosis of TMJ pain, since symptoms are often located away from the temporomandibular joint itself.  Migraines on the other hand are locally based to the TMJ therefore most patients with migraine symptoms are more apt to eventually receive a proper diagnosis of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD).  Once TMD is diagnosed steps toward migraine headache relief and TMJ relief are in sight. 

Exercises, massage, and restricted activity are all common solutions or prescriptions for TMD.  However for true and lasting TMJ relief the joint must be positioned correctly and allowed to relax and decrease swelling.  There are several mouth guards on the market that claim to provide relief from migraines associated with TMJ pain, but the Aqualizer is proven to reduce unnecessary irritation to the temporomandibular joint.  Having been freed from the control of the teeth, your muscles respond instantly by repositioning the jaw into the most comfortable, least accommodated position.  Unlike the majority of mouth guards available on the market, the Aqualizer takes the guesswork out of treatment by allowing the body to unravel distortion and naturally balance itself. While others distort and disable the bite, the Aqualizer lets the body naturally find ideal occlusion.

 

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