Exercise helps reduce TMJ Symptoms

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Exercise can mean the difference between having or not having TMJ symptoms.

When I do TMJ exams with my patients, I always including questions to answer "If the patient is exercising regularly or not".

And, if the patient has had a regular workout routine in the past that their body is used to, and now they are not working out, their body could be calling out for help.

If an individual has had workout routines in the past and now they are more sedentary or not exercising nearly like they used to, their body may be suffering from the lack of workouts.

Any changes in a persons life like that can affect the overall health of the individual. When a persons' health changes for the worse, then the TMJ door opens.

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So, if a patient is not working out like they used to, occasionally I will recommend to the patient to start exercising again to sweat out the impurities building up from the lack of sweating etc.

Usually working out 3 times per week aerobically for at least 20 minutes is sufficient. Just long enough to build up a sweat can be enough. But more is usually better.

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