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Neck, Head and Jaw Protocols By Dr Bruce Dewe & Joan Dewe
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Neck injuries are increasingly common and can be very serious. Even minor injuries can easily become chronic and a constant source of pain, irritation and insomnia. Neck injuries can limit work... More > possibilities and activities such as driving. The many joints in the cervical spine are also commonly affected by arthritis (of all kinds). While the kinesiologist does not treat medical diagnoses or symptoms, great improvements in movement and relief of pain can be obtained from balancing the neck muscles and relieving the emotional stress that is so often involved in muscle spasm. This workshop covers a wide range of neck, head and jaw muscles and tools for managing common areas of pain including headaches.< Less
Trappn Pain By Terrance Clifton
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This is a story about a man named Trap and a woman named Payne. Two people that met and fell in love and later on found out that their lives were already connected in ways that they would've never... More > expected. With assassins. A mass murderer. Drug lords. And sizzling hot sex! This one will quickly become one of your favorites and the surprise ending is absolutely jaw dropping! So prepare to go to where only Tadow can take you and enjoy the ride!< Less
Stopping TMJ Pain By V. T.
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Are you suffering from TMJ, Bruxing or Tooth Grinding that cause great pain to you? Well, you are not alone. Many people are suffering from TMJ, and it is disturbing enough to make them lose sleep... More > and stress. This is no laughing matter. This ebook compiles tons of tips from REAL TMJ sufferers who has recovered successfully from different methods. Some are natural, home remedies or some jaw support that will ease the pain. If you are suffering from TMJ, you need help. Get this ebook and see how it'll change your life forever!< Less
Take a Bite Out of Pain By Mayoor Patel, DDS, MS & Sara Berg
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Pain should never be ignored. Whether it is pain in your jaw, or what seems like a headache, don’t ignore the discomfort. Ignoring pain would be a waste of time, leading to further... More > complications with your health. Search for the underlying cause of your pain with help from qualified dentists that treat such cases. Finding the source of your nagging pain will help you continue on with your daily activities—hopefully eliminating any discomfort present. Don’t just “put up with” pain—seek proper treatment. Pain is a complex and complicated symptom tuned by your brain, as it triggers every painful sensation. Are you just going to sit there and wish the pain away? No, absolutely not. Educate yourself on the cause or causes, and treatment options. Pain isn’t a singular problem, it can be so much more.< Less
What to Do With Bruxism By V. T.
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Are you suffering from Bruxism, or your teeth are grinding each other, especially when you sleep? Well, you are not alone. This ebook compiles tons of tips from REAL bruxism sufferers around the... More > world, who have successfully beat it. It may not really affect your life initially, but over long term, you and your partners will be badly irritated by bruxism. Read through this ebook, make notes and start choosing the methods you want to use. As long as you can cure it, there's no bad methods at all. Don't suffer in silence anymore. Get this ebook right now!< Less
Temporomandibular Joint Clinical Considerations For Practice By Maurice . Vahedifar, D.M.D., M.S.
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The temporomandibular joint connects the lower jaw, called the mandible, to the bone at the side of the head—the temporal bone. If you place your fingers just in front of your ears and open... More > your mouth, you can feel the joints. Because these joints are flexible, the jaw can move smoothly up and down and side to side, enabling us to talk, chew and yawn. Muscles attached to and surrounding the jaw joint controls its position and movement. When we open our mouths, the rounded ends of the lower jaw, called condyles, glide along the joint socket of the temporal bone. The condyles slide back to their original position when we close our mouths. To keep this motion smooth, a soft disc lies between the condyle and the temporal bone. This disc absorbs shocks to the jaw joint from chewing and other movements.< Less
Preventing and Treating Headaches By George Pluss
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If you are suffering from headaches, you can make the pain STOP just by following some basic but little known principles. You do not have to fall victim to headache pain.Headaches come in many... More > different forms. But they are largely preventable. Your jaw will drop when you see how many different factors we can pin on causing headaches. You just don't realize all of the potential pain causing activities, substances, pollutants, and the like that can help to cause you undeniable pain. 95% of women and 90% of men suffer from headache pain...And we spend over $4 billion a year on over-the-counter drugs for headache relief.But headache prevention can cost you nothing... Preview this e-book for more info.< Less
Giant Cell Arteritis - An Elusive Odyssey By James Rupp
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This is a journal of a female patient who lost vision in one eye at age 65 before being diagnosed with Giant Cell (Temporal) Arteritis. This rare illness mainly affects Northern Europeans over age... More > 50. Risk is higher for women and increases with age. Blindness or aortic aneurysms can occur. Any large arteries can be affected. The author analyzes medical decisions in her treatment. Acute phase reactants showed in two/thirds of her tests she was under treated. In her final hours in the ER medical protocols were violated. The story is written by the patient's caregiver husband. Logs of events and doctors' visits are provided. Medications that may have caused her harm are described. A reviewer wrote: "It's a marvelously beautifully written story of frustration, heartbreak and tragedy. The extent of research, the careful note taking, all the factors that the author incorporated into the book shows a degree of dedication and care that would be difficult to surpass."< Less
Giant Cell Arteritis - An Elusive Odyssey By James Rupp
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This is a journal of a female patient who lost vision in one eye at age 65 before being diagnosed with Giant Cell (Temporal) Arteritis. This rare illness mainly affects Northern Europeans over age... More > 50. Risk is higher for women and increases with age. Blindness or aortic aneurysms can occur. Any large arteries can be affected. The author analyzes medical decisions in her treatment. Acute phase reactants showed in two/thirds of her tests she was under treated. In her final hours in the ER medical protocols were violated. The story is written by the patient's caregiver husband. Logs of events and doctors' visits are provided. Medications that may have caused her harm are described. A reviewer wrote: "It's a marvelously beautifully written story of frustration, heartbreak and tragedy. The extent of research, the careful note taking, all the factors that the author incorporated into the book shows a degree of dedication and care that would be difficult to surpass."< Less
Temporomandibular disorders - a pathway to reach wellness By Marcello Melis
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This book has been written to help people suffering from pain caused by “temporomandibular disorders”, a series of conditions that mainly involve the temporomandibular joints (abbreviated... More > TMJs), which are the joints of the mandible, and the muscles of mastication. Such disorders cause a symptomatology often spreading to the jaw, to the head causing headaches, to the shoulders, neck and back. The mechanisms through which pain origins and persists, as well as factors affecting pain intensity and duration are shown, it is also indicated what changes we can make to our lifestyle to allow our body to function properly and reduce discomfort. Factors like dental occlusion, posture, bruxism (the habit of clenching and grinding the teeth), nutrition, breathing and psychological factors are examined, with information on the medications typically used for such pathologies.< Less