Migraines can be difficult to treat, as many people experience unusual symptoms and require specialized treatment. As a result, most people struggle with migraines in their day-to-day routine.
Having regular migraines can be harmful to the brain. Migraines are severe headaches, meaning they can be intense, disabling and last up to two days or more, taking a toll on the body over time.
If pervasive, migraines could lead to other health complications, such as:
Memory loss
Brain Damage
People should speak to a doctor about preventing migraines as soon as possible. Taking the necessary steps to prevent migraines can help to alleviate harmful symptoms.
Some pervasive migraine symptoms include:
Blurred vision
Sensitivity to light and noise
And more
How Do Migraines Relate to TMD?
Temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) and migraines share a lot of the same symptoms. They may share a common cause as well. Temporomandibular dysfunction causes pain in the jaw, face and neck muscles as well as the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).
This pain is usually caused by an injury to these muscles or the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), leading to general discomfort and a variety of symptoms.
TMD symptoms include:
Sinus and migraine headaches
Ear pain and congestion
Neck pain
Clicking jaw joints
Facial pain
And more
All of these symptoms could lead to overall discomfort, which could drastically impact a person’s day-to-day activities.

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