TMJ Dizziness is a common problem associated with the many symptoms of the TMJ condition. TMJ or otherwise known as the “Temporomandibular Joint Disease”, can affect daily life to such an extent that radical intervention is required to restore your life back into balance.
The disorder typically consists of dizziness related symptoms bought on by headaches, jaw pain, teeth grinding problems (including chewing issues), hand tingling, inner ear discomfort, Tinnitus and in some cases the onset of vertigo stress.
The origins of all these disorders are generally located within the TMJ condition which stems from a misaligned or disjointed jaw bone. See our TMJ headaches page for an image of the specific muscles area of the cartilage which causes the problem.
How to get rid of the Dizziness and Light Headed Feelings
Given the TMJ condition effects the mouth, head and facial area of our bodies it tends to associate itself with headaches and other inner ear problems. Also associated with the inner ear is of course our ability to balance ourselves. When this internal balance mechanism is compromised as a result of TMJ disorders this may cause sufferers to exhibit dizzy spells when the only thing they can do is sit down and wait it out until it has passed.
This is simply no way to lead your life during this period and there are a number of remedies available in the market to reduce the condition and dizziness, thereby helping until the root of the condition can be treated. There are a number of online resources dedicated to TMJ dizziness which are detailed at the end of this report. For people whom prefer to choose home remedies this TMJ dizziness home treatment plan which also address the dizziness symptoms has been shown to be effective for many patients diagnosed with the TMJ disease.
One of the most important elements of the problem is correct diagnosis. Given the syndrome is so diverse and varied it is important to appreciate the condition you are suffering to enable an effective treatment plan to be recommended. This is where your local doctor can help.
This is especially true for dizziness symptoms as a result of the condition. Should you be operating machinery or other equipment dizziness is not something which can be tolerated in these circumstances therefore do seek professional help in order to sort the problem out for good.