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The aim of this course is to investigate the effect of temporomandibular joint relaxation and myofacial relaxation techniques on quality of life , Joint range of motion, headache, depression in individuals with tension type headache.


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One of the most common complaints in society is headaches. Headaches affect the quality of life of people and communities.The proportion of people who have experienced headaches at least once in their lifetime is more than 90% in society, 93% in men and 99% in women.The causes that are common and cause this discomfort are basically examined under two main groups.These are grouped as 'primary/primary type headaches and secondary/secondary type headaches'. Some studies in literature have reported that temporomandibular dysfunction and headaches are 'comorbid diseases', that the presence of one will increase the symptoms of the other, and that if the temporomandibular joint disorder and headchache occur together, symptoms will shows sooner than expected.Some studies in literature have reported that temporomandibular dysfunction and headaches are 'comorbid diseases', that the presence of one will increase the symptoms of the other, and that if the temporomandibular joint disorder and the tension headaches occur together, it will show symptoms sooner than expected. The International Classification of Headache Disorders decodes the relationship between temporomandibular joint dysfunctions and headache.it is mentioned that as headache attributed to temporomandibular joint disorders. Many common points in studies have shown the Association of temporomandibular dysfunction and tension-type headache. The temporomandibular joint, one of the most complex joints in the body, is a loose joint that harmonizes between the mandibular condyle and the mandibular Fossa of the temporal bone decoction. The skull is the only movable joint between the bones decoction.November: the head and neck are a part of the stomatognathic system (masticatory system), which includes the muscles of the neck, chewing November, teeth-ligaments and salivary glands.Temporomandibular joint disorders are a major problem, covering approximately 5% to 12% of the population.Temporomandibular joint dysfunction leads to headaches, stiffness-pain in the jaw, restriction in jaw movements and stress increases TMD has been noted that the patients have difficulty doing daily life activities. Most Temporomandibular joint problems occur when the muscles around the joint are affected and pain occurs during the movements of the mandible and decreased functional use of the temporomandibular November. The muscles in the cervical region are also responsible for ensuring the stable position of the head, as well as for stabilizing the neck during movements of the jaw November. All November, the muscles in the craniocervical and facial region are connected. Temporomandibular joint dysfunctions (TMED) are more common in people with episodic tension headache (EGBTA) , migraine, and chronic tension headache (KGTBA) than in those without headache. When we look at literature, there are a limited number of studies in patients with Temporomandibular joint dysfunction with tension-type headache. Our study aimed to examine the effectiveness of temporomandibular joint relaxation and myofacial techniques on quality of life , Joint range of motion, headache, depression in individuals with tension type headache. ;


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NCT number NCT05058573
Study type Interventional
Source Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University
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Status Active, not recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date April 10, 2021
Completion date September 30, 2021

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