- Aug. 31, 2009 - CHICAGO --
Sleep and Health Journal has recently discontinued its print edition but is making it's archives available without charge at http://www.sleepandhealth.com , a new article about the underlying science of neuromuscular dentistry has just been added to the Sleep and Health site and may be vital information for patients with TMJ disorders. This article, while written for dentists is understandable to patients as well. It can be found @ http://www.sleepandhealth.com/
dentistry and is an excellent follow-up to "SUFFER NO MORE: DEALING WITH THE GREAT IMPOSTOR" @ http://sleepandhealth.com/
great-impostor considered a must read for patients suffering from TMJ disorders.
The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute considers sleep apnea to be TMJ disorder. Read their report "CARDIOVASCULAR AND SLEEP-RELATED CONSEQUENCES OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDERS" at http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/meetings/workshops/tmj_wksp.pdf
Additional resources on Neuromuscular Dentistry and Sleep Apnea Treatment with oral appliances is available at:
http://www.ihatecpap.com and http://www.ihateheadaches.org
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Sleep and Health Journal is a patient oriented resource covering sleep and daytime health issues.information on sleep apnea, sleep apnea treatment and cpap alternatives are available at www.ihatecpap.com This is the premiere site for the promotion of Dental Sleep Medicine and Sleep Apnea Dentisits.