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Dentaltown - The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) connects the lower jaw (mandible) to the skull (temporal bone) in front of the ear. The TMJ is comprised of muscles, blood vessels, nerves, and bones. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain can be caused by a variety of medical and dental problems.

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from A Life Well Red

I never knew before that we had tiny crystals in our ears that affected our balance! Whenever I experience an CFS/ME flare (or even my Fibromyalgia) brought on by a re-activation of the EBV virus in my body, I get terrible DIZZY SPELLS. By following the simple exercise included in this article, I now know there is something I can do to help the VERTIGO I sometimes experience! *Pin Now For Later

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Noise can increase our pain, cause headaches and leave us feeling exhausted. So why do fibromyalgia and noise sensitivity co-exist, and how can we cope?

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from Integrative Works

http://integrativeworks.com/understanding-trigger-points-pain-in-the-base-of-the-head-with-earache/

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Note from TeamMona: Click on photo for long, detailed, and easy to understand explanation of how muscle imbalance affects posture in the upper body, spine, and pelvis. From www.fixtheneck.com Balanced Posture

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