TMJ Exercises #1 — Jaw Pain Help — Teeth Grinding
TMJ Exercises #1 — Jaw Pain Help — Teeth Grinding

TMJ Exercises

Body Part:
Head

Equipment:
None

Level:
Beginner

Body Part:
Head

Equipment:
None

Level:
Beginner

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Over 30 years of research and hands-on experience make the Liebscher & Bracht pain therapy what it is today: an outstanding approach to naturally treating pain conditions. Making use of the mechanics of the body, it offers people the chance to free themselves of their discomfort by using unique and incredibly useful techniques. All this happens without having to rely on medication or operations.

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We’ve developed TMJ exercises that are so simple you can do them while you’re watching TV.

You never know what’s going to happen during an episode of your favourite series. But what you can be sure of is that our 2-minute TMJ exercises are just the thing to relieve jaw pain while mysteries are solved, the bad guys are being outrun, or an unexpected wedding proposal is happening. You might like to chew on the fascinating facts from an enlightening documentary, but if chewing food is causing jaw or facial pain, you may have TMJ disorder.

TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint. Located on both sides of your head in front of your ear, the temporomandibular joint connects your jaw to your skull. This joint facilitates jaw movement so you can chat, chew, and yawn easily. If the temporomandibular joint is injured, arthritic, or you experience trauma to the jaw, you may develop TMJ disorder.

Symptoms of TMJ disorder include jaw pain and discomfort, a decreased range of motion, stiffness in the muscles surrounding the joint, and facial or neck pain. You may experience pain on one or both sides of your face or in your neck and shoulders. TMJ disorder can also cause headaches, toothaches, and earaches. Your jaw may also lock in one position or make a clicking or popping sound during movement.

TMJ disorder can be caused by grinding or clenching your teeth and general wear and tear to the joint. It has also been linked to stress and poor posture. Stress can cause the muscles in your face and around your jaw to tighten, while sitting incorrectly for too long may strain your neck and face.

If you find that you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s time to jaw down on TMJ disorder with our 2-minute TMJ exercises. All you need is a comfortable place to sit and an episode of your favourite tv show. Check out our YouTube video below or scroll down to get step-by-step instructions on how to perform our TMJ exercises.

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Before getting started, please know that it’s natural to salivate while you’re performing our TMJ exercises. Simply tilt your head back to keep the spittle in your mouth.

Take your TMJ exercise to the next level: if you want to stretch your jaw and neck at the same time, pull your head up while you’re pulling your jaw down. This position stretches your jaw, relieves neck tension, and keeps the saliva in your mouth.

The more often you perform our TMJ exercises, the better. Set yourself a goal of using your couch time to develop a healthy habit. Exercise your jaw every 15 minutes for 2 minutes while you’re watching your favourite tv shows. Time yourself and set reminders with the alarm on your phone.

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