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Re: Muscle Tension-Jaw

Posted by saintjames on April 2, 1999, at 3:23:54

In reply to Muscle Tension-Jaw, posted by DL on March 16, 1999, at 20:33:19

> Remeron has reduced anxiety and "mental tension", but I am noticing more and more that it does not affect physical-muscular tension from stress or whatever. Back last Fall when I was still taking the tiny dose of klonopin it was less noticable to me. Over the last few months the tension in my jaw that I talked about a few months ago has gotten worse. One side of my jaw at this point seems to have become sort of "disjointed". I have to make sure I don't open my mouth too far. Very painful and it seems to come undone at the joint and not go back where it belongs. Is this from tension/stress? I have always had some trouble with my jaw but nothing like this. Any ideas?

James again....

Finally I found the start of this thread. Like I said I am a classical singer and I have several friends with jaw problems. It can be caused by bite problems, misformed jaw, problems with the hinge (TMJ), some people just grind and this causes the problem. Get a consult with an oral surgeon...there are some imaging studies that he/she can do to rule out jaw/TMJ problems. Like I said it is best to exaust all other possibilities b4 someone grinds down your teeth to refit your bite.





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