The Mystery of Migraine pain...
People with migraine pain suffer a lot. Medical examinations often show, however, that they're otherwise perfectly healthy. A recent medical study confirmed that people who suffer from migraine pain and chronic headache clench their jaws in a balanced, centered position. This causes extremely intense muscular contraction, but little strain on the jaw. Nighttime jaw clenching usually goes unnoticed - but it sets the stage for migraine pain and chronic headache pain.
Your dentist now offers the NTI-tss® device that reduces clenching intensity by 66%! The NTI-tss® device is small, nearly invisible, removable device that you'll wear when you're asleep. You can also be fitted with a removable NTI-tss® device to wear all day long.
Unlike the traditional mouthpiece with a flat surface, the NTI-tss® device (below) is a custom-fitted device that prevents the tooth surfaces from ever coming into intense contact. By preventing high-intensity contact, you also eliminate high-intensity clenching - and the muscular irritation that leads to migraine pain, TMJ, and chronic headache.
Put a wooden pencil between your upper and lower front teeth...and bite down. The muscles under your scalp contract only slightly, because intense contraction cannot occur.
That's how the NTI-tss® device works. TMJ patients may benefit from the NTI-tss®. And clinical trials have proven that 82% of migraine suffers had a 77% average reduction of migraine incidents.
So if you suffer from migraine pain, chronic headache pain, or TMJ...tell your dentist about it. The NTI-tss® device may help you.
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