How many people do you know who bruxate (press their teeth) at night? Or do they even clench their fists tight and sleep in tension all night without resting? And people who suffer from migraines and/or tinnitus?
To this can be added other problems such as:
- – A bad dental occlusion (contact with upper tooth with lower tooth)
- – Pathology of the temporomandibular joint with a possible osteoarthritis of the articular disc or a bad position of the disc that creates a crepitus in opening and closing the mouth and a decrease in its own opening.
- – Orthodontics performed before rebalancing the hypertonia or contracture of the jaw muscles and improving its dynamic functioning.
- – The absence of teeth that causes an adaptation of the position of the skull due to lack of contact between teeth. This can cause more muscle contracture of the cervical and craniomandibular area.
- – Muscle overloads or joint blockages of the cervical area can cause headaches due to basculo-nervous compression.
- – Stress causes an alteration in hormonal function that can cause headaches and pain in any area of the back but especially in the cervical area. It can also produce an increase in muscle activity of the mandibular area, for example: bruxism or bracing. Bruxism occurs at night when the person is pressing the teeth while making lateral movements with the jaw. Bracing is pressing the teeth during the day, a sign of stress in situations in which it appears.
A problem of the temporomandibular joint, as we have mentioned before, can remit noises in the ear that can be caused by a circulatory deficit of the skull and a lack of oxygenation by the air sinus, by an excess of compression in these areas and / or an irritation of the nervous system related to the sinus or the affected cranial areas. These noises can be constant and soft or appear intermittently and be a higher pitched sound. They are called tinnitus or tinnitus.
Normally people suffering from craniomandibular problems usually have a history of sinusitis or otitis or episodes of sinusitis or otitis usually appear during craniomandibular pathology. In these cases it is indicated to do craniomandibular treatment to rebalance the tensions and pressures of the skull and improve the functioning of the temporo-mandibular joint.
In all the cases raised in this article, the supplementation of the Cell Active Brain product would be of great help for its stimulating properties of cranial circulation and oxygenation, improving a decrease in tinnitus or tinnitus, an increase in blood circulation of the skull improving certain types of headaches, regulating in part sensations of stress and an improvement of cognitive functions such as attention, memory, concentration, etc …