Clicking jaw is a treatable condition: report

Added by on November 30, 2011

A report by, called TMJ No More, explains clicking jaw, otherwise known as TMJ, and provides guidance about finding out whether you have TMJ, possible treatments, and exercises.

Dr. Jones, an adviser to, said “The most common question I see is What is TMJ. TMJ is characterized by a clicking sound, jaw pain on one side, and a variety of other symptoms. TMJ causes include injury, degenerative joint disease, stress, missing teeth, and poor sleeping posture.”

Jones explains symptoms of TMJ can include jaw pain on one side, gum and tooth aches, clenching teeth during sleep, stiffness and soreness in the neck and shoulders, balance issues, and even tinnitus.

The free report, available on the company’s web site, includes information about TMJ, its causes, treatments, and exercises you can do to prevent and treat TMJ pain.

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