Do you suffer from migraines? Do you wake up with jaw pain? You don’t have to live in pain.

If you grind your teeth and clench your jaws together it has been suggested that this can act as a trigger for headaches, particularly tension-type headache and even migraine. You may grind your teeth at night and not even really be aware that you do this. You may clench your jaw together in times of stress during the day and even in your sleep. Equally, if your jaw is in the wrong position the muscles which you use to move your jaw have to work harder and can get tired. This can lead to muscle spasm.

Talk to Dr. Mike Schneidler or Dr. Alex Silvia on the best way to treat these symptoms.