How to Reduce Stress, Anxiety, and TMJ Pain

Stress and anxiety can be acute or chronic. Both conditions can contribute to temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, which often affects daily functions that involve the jaw joint and muscles like eating, speaking, and sleeping. Unfortunately, the struggles of living with TMJ disorder can also cause stress and anxiety, so it’s important to find ways to manage both in order to break the feedback loop and maintain a calm, clear mind to relieve muscle tension in the body.

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