Pain In Right Jaw?
Prosperous, sorry, at the end of 2015 I installed 2 units of heart rings, now I have jaw pain for no reason, while I was reading an article.. this jaw pain is one of the symptoms of coronary heart disease… the question is, is it true, please explain …thank you…
Coronary heart disease often causes a heart attack, which can cause symptoms such as:
chest pain, which may radiate to the arms, neck, jaw, or back; Women have a higher chance of experiencing left jaw pain during a heart attack, shortness of breath, dizziness, weakness, restlessness, anxiety.
an infection of the teeth, ears, or sinuses injury to the jaw joint trigeminal neuralgia, where there is a nerve disorder in the face and jaw that can cause pain cluster headache, where the pain can spread to the jaw infection of the bone or surrounding tissue jawbone To relieve symptoms try to do the following:
eat softer foods avoid eating chewy or sticky foods such as chewing gum do not have a habit of pressing your jaw or grinding your teeth, for example when you are anxious or stressed avoid opening your mouth too wide, for example when yawning or laughing reduce caffeine consumption, don't smoke have time adequate rest avoid stress If your symptoms have not improved, it is recommended that you see a doctor. So that a physical examination can be carried out and the necessary supporting tests such as X-rays or an EKG (electrocardiogram / heart record). The doctor will provide appropriate treatment steps according to the underlying medical cause.
The following page discusses
Causes of jaw pain
Coronary heart disease
May be useful,