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Vertigo Scarier Than Hitchcock
"If I wanted to be this dizzy, I'd go to an amusement park!"
To people who have never suffered from vertigo, it doesn't seem like such a big deal. If they could think how their lives would change with their environment continuously whirling about them sickeningly, they would very likely change their opinion. Vertigo is not necessarily painful but it can be debilitating and continuously disorienting. Driving may be impossible and walking across a room may have dangerous consequence, too. Often, people with vertigo need help just getting by.
Recently, one of our chiropractic sources printed a very interesting article reviewing a study published in the "Annals of Internal Medicine". The outcome of this study may be very useful to you or someone you know.
When Music Causes Pain
Except for hard rock played at ear-splitting volume, it is hard to imagine music causing pain. Well, it is hard for the music listener to imagine pain, but ask a musician and you may get a different, fairly specific answer.
Closed Mouthed About Jaw Pain
TMJ disorder (or just "TMJ" or "TMD") is the name used for several conditions that affect the jaw (technical term for jaw:
oint). Sufferers of TMJ may have difficulty opening and closing their mouths, especially when trying to speak and chew. TMJ can also cause clicking noises, muscle tightness, earaches and rushing or ringing in the ears, a feeling of the jaws grinding or grating, and pain. Headaches, shoulder, and neck pain can also be associated with this disorder and may be the first thing noticed before TMJ sets in. Muscle spasms, tenderness and swelling of the face and neck can also accompany TMJ.
These tips can help you steer clear of pain & keep you feeling your best.