Study links depression and TMJ pain

01/24/2013 | HealthDay News

Patients with pain from temporomandibular joint disorder are more likely to have symptoms of depression than patients who are free of the condition, a study published in The Journal of Pain found. The research did not demonstrate a causal relationship, but the authors speculate that mental health disorders could increase activity in the muscles of the jaw, causing inflammation and pain.

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