Headache is caused by dislocated cervical 1 and 2 due to TMJ imbalance. The cervical 1 and 2 stimulate meninges, arteriovenous, and cranial nerves.
Deviated nasal septum & Chronic Rhinitis
Unbalanced face causes the nose and septum to curve. As a result, the nasal cavity becomes narrower and chronic rhinitis becomes more difficult to treat
Trigeminal nerve is the largest cranial nerve that covers the broadest area. It is located near the jaw joints and can easily be pressured by the unbalanced jaw.
Chronic fatigue / Decline in brain function / depression
Imbalance in jaw joints negatively affects cranial movement. It disrupts the flow of the cerebrospinal fluid which causes chronic fatigue. Depression can also be caused because of the unbalanced cranial nerve signal.
Dizziness, ear pain, or tinnitus
The part of the brain that regulates balance is in the temporal area. If the unbalanced jaw pressures the temporal bone, the temporal bone turns causing dizziness, ear pain, and tinnitus.
Eye dryness, pain, dazzling, eye fatigue, inflammation, unbalanced eyesight
The optic nerve passes through sphenoid bone. The sphenoid bone is connected to the jaw with a strong muscle, as a result, when the jaw is distorted, the sphenoid bone follows, causing eye related symptoms.
Twisted spine and pelvis
C2 is the center axis of the body’s balance. It is also the pivotal axis for the body’s movement and the jaw joints. When the jaw becomes unbalanced, the spine and pelvic joints become twisted in chain reaction, leading to chronic pain.
Craniofacial asymmetry can be caused by unbalanced movement in the jaw joint for a prolonged time.