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TMJ/Migraines

Migraine pain may be caused or intensified by the muscles under your scalp! It starts as a sleep disorder of intense jaw clenching. It's perfectly normal to clench your jaws when you sleep. We all do from time to time - even during normal sleep cycles. But what happens when you clench your jaw muscles 14 times more intensely than usual?

Migraine pain...chronic headache...and TMJ pain. That's what happens.


Try this!

 

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Place your fingers on your head on the red circles in the illustration and firmly clench your jaws. Can you feel the huge temporal jaw muscles bulging under your fingertips? It's those muscles that trigger most migraine pain.

Dentists usually hear about intense jaw clenching when patients complain about TMJ - a very common and painful jaw disorder caused by clenching tightly in an off-centered, lopsided way while asleep.

 


The mystery of migraine pain

People with migraine pain suffer a lot. Medical examinations often show, however, that they're otherwise perfectly healthy. A recent medical study confirmed that people who suffer migraine pain and chronic headache clench their jaws in a balanced, centered position. This causes extremely intense muscular contraction, but little strain on the jaw. Nighttime jaw clenching usually goes unnoticed - but it sets the stage for migraine pain and chronic headache pain.


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We offer the NTI-tss that reduces clenching intensity by 66%! The NTI-tss is a small, nearly invisible, removable device that you'll wear when you're asleep. You can also be fitted with a removable NTI-tss to wear all day long.

 

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Unlike the traditional mouthpiece with a flat surface, the NTI-tss is a custom-fitted device that prevents the tooth surfaces from ever coming into intense contact. By preventing high intensity contact, you also eliminate high intensity clenching - and the muscular irritation that leads to migraine pain, TMJ, and chronic headache.

 

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Want Proof?

Put a wooden pencil between your upper and lower front teeth...and bite down. The muscles under your scalp contract only slightly, because intense contaction cannot occur.

That's how the NTI-tss works.

TMJ patients may benefit from the NTI-tss. And clinical trials have proven that 82% of migraine sufferers had a 77% average reduction of migraine incidents.

So if you suffer from migraine pain, chronic headache pain, or TMJ...tell us about it. NTI-tss may help.