Can temporomandibular joint disorder or dysfunction (TMJD) cause Meniere’s Disease?

If you want to know temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJD) cause Meniere’s Disease or not. So symptoms of the temporomandibular joint disorder or dysfunction is similar to Meniere’s Disease but not clear it cause Meniere’s Disease. There are various physiological causes which involve Meniere’s disease. And most of the people diagnosed with it does not have identified with physiological causes. A doctor diagnoses a patient’s on the basis of symptoms and they most not find exact causes of those symptoms.

Most of the symptoms of marine disease caused because of temporomandibular joint disorder or dysfunction (TMJD)

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Temporomandibular joint disorder or dysfunction (TMJD):

Temporomandibular joint

A temporomandibular joint is a joint which connects the individual jaw to the skull. If this temporomandibular joint is injured or damaged is known as temporomandibular joint disorder or dysfunction.

A cause of TMJD is an injury to teeth, jaw, teeth grinding, poor posture, stress, arthritis and also gum chewing.

Symptoms:

  • Pain in the jaw.
  • Pain in one as well as both temporomandibular joints.
  • Getting difficulty and pain in chewing.
  • Getting a problem in an opening as well as the closing mouth.
  • Pain in the ear and also around the ear.
  • Getting facial pain.

Conclusion

As per the opinion, I don’t think that TMJ dysfunction is associated with Ménière’s disease and it is very difficult for me to think of a single reason why they would be. The Eustachian tubes equalize the air pressure in the middle ear, which is not at all related to what is going on in Ménière’s disease.

You have these structures in the inner ear called the “membranous labyrinth”, which is a system of sort of channels (membrane-lined, hence the name) filled with a fluid called endolymph. For some reason, sometimes regulation of the pressure of that fluid fails and the syndromal effect of that is Ménière’s disease.

I’m sure they’re as people suffering from Ménière’s disease who also have TMJD, but that’s probably just coincidental. Same with Eustachian tube dysfunction.

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