TMJ Pain Relief Pillow with Off-Your-Jaw Design
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The TMJ Relief Pillow for TMJD & Jaw Pain

Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) is jaw pain that occur as a result of problems with the jaw, jaw joint (TMJ) and surrounding facial muscles that control chewing and moving the jaw. Like any joint in the body, the TMJ’s are subject to wear and tear, trauma, disease and degeneration.

What Causes TMJ Problems?

The most common cause for wear-and-tear is bruxism (grinding of the teeth), usually when asleep. Bruxing will produce sore or pain in the jaw muscles, especially upon waking in the morning.

Due to the supportive and tension releasing nature of the enVy Pillow it has been reported by many users to reduce their tendency to grind their teeth while sleeping. Most of us don’t realize that our teeth should never contact except lightly during chewing. When teeth are held together, or the jaw is held tense over a period of time,  the facial and neck muscles become fatigued and painful. Morning and afternoon headaches, difficulty chewing, neck pain, and sore facial muscles are symptoms most commonly reported. Clenching at night causes the most pressure on the jaw and, therefore, is the most damaging.

How can the enVy Pillow help my TMJ Problem?

Sleeping in proper alignment will assist in body posture issues, help correct airway and jaw-joint position, and improve overall well-being. Choosing the enVy pillow for your TMJ Pillow with its “OFF YOUR FACE” design allows you to sleep comfortably, without putting pressure on your jaw area… this will allow the inflammation to reduce more quickly. The enVy Anti-Aging/ Anti-Wrinkle pillow has been tried and tested by a TMJ support group called  “TMJ Hope” who observed that….

best quote

``The V shape of the Envy TMJ pillow takes the pressure off the jaw and I find that I sleep much better. ``

~ Sue F, Chronic TMJ sufferer

How the enVy Pillow relieves pressure off your TMJ

Side Sleeping on the enVy Pillow

Sleep Bruxism? Am I Clenching my Jaw at Night?

Current research shows that poor airway alignment and sleep disorders are major factors that contribute to patients developing a TMD  or TMJ pain and chronic facial pain and jaw pain problems. In those people who snore or have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), excessive tooth grinding may occur as the jaw is constantly pushed forward during sleep in an attempt to open the airway. This condition is known as Sleep Bruxism. Over time, there may be tooth loss and the constant forces on the facial muscles and TMJ’s can lead to pain and dysfunction.

TMJ Problems and Solutions.

Taking an anti-inflammatory and icing the area will provide temporary relief of acute TMD. However, more must be done to correct the underlying condition – stress management, improving sleep quality by using a pillow for TMJ pain relief, airway management and neck/jaw alignment.

Sometimes this can be managed by making a few positive choices. Instead of worrying, dealing with stress will help your mind and jaw relax. Less stress will help you sleep better. Ensuring you get a deep restorative sleep on a TMJ relief pillow such as the enVy Anti-Aging/ Anti-Wrinkle/ Wellness Pillow will help reduce pain perception and help promote healing of the inflamed are