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Electronic Headband That Detects and Treats Addictive In-Sleep Behavior to be Demonstrated at Annual Holistic Dental Conference by Holistic Technologies
Date:3/26/2013

(PRWEB) March 26, 2013

At the annual conference of the Holistic Dental Association in Herndon, VA, on April 19-20, Holistic Technologies will demonstrate to dentists a new method of quantitatively diagnosing addictive in-sleep behavior using the SleepGuard EMG measurement headband, and a method of reducing that behavior using wearable nighttime biofeedback.

Most types of TMJ-disorder-related pain (jaw pain, facial pain, temporomandibular joint pain, tooth pain, loose teeth, neck pain, and headaches) are caused by ongoing tissue damage done by addictive nighttime teeth clenching. The nerve signals which the brain becomes addicted to from nighttime clenching are also a key component of migraines being triggered in people with migraine-sensitive brains. Holistic Technologies will demonstrate that the SleepGuard biofeedback headband allows TMJ disorder sufferers to get far more effective pain relief than most people can get through mouth guards or splints. “Mouth guards and splints are fine for preventing tooth enamel wear”, says Lee Weinstein, CEO of Holistic Technologies, “but often mouth guards and splints fuel addictive nighttime bruxism rather than reducing it, and this causes TMJ disorder problems and migraines.”

It is understandable that most people go to a dentist when they experience TMJ-disorder-related pain”, says Lee Weinstein. “Unfortunately, while dentists are trained to repair and protect the teeth, they are typically not trained in the nature of addictions, and the underlying behavior that causes the pain associated with TMJ disorder is an addictive behavior. Addictive nighttime clenching is typically not considered and not measured by dentists. Dentists usually don’t even know that it can be easily measured, and that the behavior can be reduced through nighttime biofeedback.

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