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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

TMJ disorder treatments offered by dentists can result in irreversible damage that makes pain worse. There are so many treatment procedures being marketed that involve irreversible changes that the National Institutes of Health has put up a web page advising consumers that no TMJ treatment that involves irreversible changes has been shown to be effective. Nighttime biofeedback offers a holistic alternative that is non-invasive and very safe.

Migraines are another type of pain often fueled by addictive nighttime teeth grinding and clenching. Teeth grinding always includes some clenching. Many consumers and many dentists don’t understand the link between nighttime teeth clenching and migraines. “Usually TMJ disorder sufferers don’t realize that their migraines would not be happening if they were not clenching their teeth in their sleep”, says Weinstein. In 2007, Dr. Alex DaSilva did brain scans of chronic migraine sufferers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and found that the brain structure of chronic migraine sufferers differs from that of other people in the region of the somatosensory cortex that receives sensation signals from the head and face (including the roots of the teeth). Holistic Technologies’ recently published clinical trial results dovetail with the MGH findings to show that for people who have a nighttime clenching habit, the majority of migraines stop happening when nighttime clenching is reduced by 80% through nighttime biofeedback.

Since many migraine sufferers don’t know whether they clench their teeth in their sleep, and since unlike teeth grinding, teeth clenching often does not leave telltale visible signs such as enamel wear, Holistic Technologies offers a three-week free trial of the SleepGuard biofeedback headband, so that migraine sufferers can determ
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