Friday, September 17, 2021

Chewing gum and nail-biting cause jaw cracking


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at
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Some people could be shocked by the sound of decompression, which is accompanied by pain. This occurs due to excessive jaw expansion, such as during yawning or eating, and at other times resulting from problems in the work of the jaws or joints that connect the jaw bone to the sides of the skull. New medical theory reported.

The jaw joint is accompanied by some symptoms, such as – Feeling pain and discomfort.

– Difficult to open the mouth on a large scale.

– Difficulty eating.

– Swelling of the face.

– Dental pain.

– Headache.

– Neck pain.

– Ear pain.

Causes of jaw cracking. Problems with the jaw muscles or joint jaws, and may be associated with behaviors, such as:

– “Mow” teeth.

– Chewing gum regularly or overly.

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