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Mar 18, 2008
What does the neck or tongue have to do with tooth grinding, jaw clenching or even snoring? Why do I recommend throat exercises for TMJ and jaw exercises for snoring?

It really doesn't make any sense, isn't it ?

Will you entirely not focus on to your back if you have a backache? Or your head in the case of headache? And certainly in the case of high blood pressure, you would definitely want to lower it , Isn't it?

Well, that is an approach I think are ruining the traditional health system.

Muscle is not an island, neither a nerve nor a bone or a limp. Each and every cell in our body is connected to one another. Every single cell (millions of them) in our body has the exact same DNA structure,but the cell outside our body does not have the exact DNA structure.

Isn't that amazing? (maybe I'm getting a little head of myself).

At lest, our body works as a whole. I took my 8 years old daughter with me to the chiropractor today. He said that one leg had appeared to be a little shorter than the other. After he adjusted her, they were both even. No problem at all.

...as it was configured in time!

He said that it often happened to all kind of kids games. She probably might not have noticed it for years. But she would not be able to carry her body correctly. She would definitely start to put wrong weight on a wrong muscle or bone.

Maybe after attaining the age of 30, 40 or 50 years - she might start to experience knee, back, hip or even neck problems, headaches and even TMJ.

It's very likely that something similar happened to you when you were a kid. It probably happens to most of us. Something small sets our body out of balance. It isn't big. Maybe not noticeable. But little by little we add on it.

Suddenly, the pressure increases and something comes out.

We don't fall sick suddenly, until and unless we face an accident. There is always a reason behind every situation. Maybe for years.

So, here I come back to my original question...

" Why do I often recommend the exercising of the muscles which have no relation at all with the problem area?"

Lets consider TMJ for example. TMJ is a condition where the jaw joints are dislocated or not in position which causes tension in the jaw muscles. This may often cause headaches, drowsiness, blurry vision, inability to eat or talk and many other symptoms. Not a single TMJ case is the same.

But the answer is always same...

I recommend special Jaw, Tongue, Throat and Neck exercises.

Now it's quite obvious to answer as to why do I always recommend the jaw exercises. By strengthening and loosening up the jaws muscles, these muscles often guides the jaw into its healthy natural position.

But why on earth do I recommend throat exercises?

As the muscles present around the throat are directly connected to the jaw muscles. It is same in the case of the tongue muscle and of course the neck muscles. So, if you do not start to strengthen these muscles, then their tension will always pull the jaw muscles and try to avoid it from becoming healthy muscles.

The exercise for TMJ is the same as in my stop snoring program. The reason for the same type of exercise for different conditions is that as it occurs in the same area. So, it is important to loosen up the throat muscles in order to make the jaw muscles functional and it is also very important to loosen the jaw muscles in order to make the throat muscles functional and open the throat which leads to cure snoring.

I take this as an example. I always focus on the body as a whole, no matter what condition I'm dealing with. To cure migraine you must train yourself to breath deeply. You must also make sure the muscles controlling your breathing are strong and flexible.

You should always look at the bigger angle.

As each and every person does affect one another,next to each other, every cell, muscle, bone and nerve affects the object next to it. As long as they are having the same DNA structure (belongs to you), you should look after them.
About the Author
Christian Goodman is known for distinctive solutions to many complicated and incurable conditions. His innovative TMJ treatment program has helped thousands of people all over. Learn more about Christian and his solutions on his alternative health blog.
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