All Injury Rehab of North Dallas

Fibromyalgia patients most commonly suffer from Muscular Temporomandibular Joint Disorder. This type of TMJD affects the muscles used to chew food and move the scalp, neck, face and shoulders. Muscular TMJD is considered to be a type of fibromyalgia, although you do not have to be diagnosed with FMS in order to suffer from TMJD.

TMJD can be caused by trauma to the associated muscles, sleep disorders, stressful and traumatic events or problems with the neurotransmitters in the brain. Symptoms of TMJD can include pain in the jaw joints, chronic headaches and difficulty opening and closing the mouth.


Fibromyalgia Symptoms


Widespread Pain
Nausea
Dizziness
TMJD Syndrome
Weight Gain
Vision Problems
Depression
Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Morning Stiffness
Sleep Disorders
Urinary & Pelvic Problems
"Fibrofog"
Cold Symptoms
Memory Impairment
Anxiety
Chronic Headaches
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome
Menstrual Cycle
Breathing Trouble
Chest Symptoms
Muscle Twitches & Weakness
Fatigue
Aggravating Factors
Weather Changes