Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders affect the two complex joints that are located on either side of your head close to your ears. These powerful joints connect your jaw to your skull and allow you to speak, chew, and yawn.
However, these joints can also cause problems for those who have misaligned teeth, an improper bite, or arthritis. TMJ disorders can cause many symptoms, including clicking or popping noises, inability to open the mouth all the way, and jaw pain.
But what are some other, more unexpected symptoms of TMJ you may not have heard of?
Read the full article here: The Unexpected Symptoms of TMJ