Chronic Headaches And Pain Often Can Be Eliminated By A Special DentistWritten by Jessica Jaramillo
Sometimes as Freud once said, “A good cigar is just a smoke.” A headache, on other hand, occasionally can be a sign of something much more serious than just a headache.
This is particularly true if it is accompanied by facial pain, neck and shoulder pain, tinnitus or ringing in ears and unexplained loose teeth. These symptoms, along with jaw pain, limited jaw movement or locking jaw, numbness in fingers and arms, worn or cracked teeth and clicking or popping in jaw joints can be signs that a person has condition called temporomandibular joint syndrome or TMJ. The condition occurs when teeth, facial muscles and temporomandibular joints are out of alignment.
Fortunately, neuromuscular dentistry can help alleviate symptoms such as headaches,
Why Put Old on Hold?Written by Barbara Morris
More than once it’s been suggested that my efforts to Put Old on Hold are frivolous, vain and ultimately futile. “Why spend all that money on vitamins, supplements and anti-aging therapies – everybody gets old sooner or later. Just let nature take its course”
While it is undeniable that aging process cannot be stopped, “getting old” – which means exhibiting traditional signs, symptoms and behaviors usually associated with advancing years is definitely controllable.
Most anyone able to envision benefits of a youthful healthy old age and have will to make a commitment can do it. It takes having an understanding that old age is not a TV mini-series over in 5 nights, but a long running show that may last longer than expected.
Not only is “old age” a long running show, it’s not prime time if there are daily re-runs of pain, depression and debilitation.
Putting Old on Hold means being free of chronic pain, mental and physical deterioration. It means being able to enjoy at an advanced age an incredible level of wellness conventional wisdom says is only for young.