Why JAWTRAINER® 3.0 are not dangerous
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...In recent years, many products have appeared on the market for jaw training. Unfortunately, not all of them are as harmless as they seem. In the following article, we'll look at why many exercisers are anything but healthy for your body.
The teeth problem
There are basically two types of exercisers: The most common is used at the front of the mouth, between the incisors. The problem: Incisors are naturally designed for cutting food, not chewing it, especially when it is hard and tough. They are therefore not at all suited to the high pressure of a jaw exerciser. This unnatural use puts an unusual amount of stress on the incisors which can lead to serious long-term damage. JAWTRAINERs, on the other hand, are placed on the molars, which are naturally designed for chewing the toughest foods. They are therefore ideal and perfectly suited to developing the masseters (muscles at the corner of the jaw).
The TMJ problem
Experiments by orthodontists have clearly shown that the degree of stress on the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) depends on how far the mouth is opened and closed during exercise. When the mouth is repeatedly opened and closed wide, the TMJ sometimes has to shift and readjust. As the jaw exercise ball has a large diameter and is located at the front of the dentition, its training movement involves a large opening range of the mouth, so the jaw joint must dislocate and retract under the constant load of the exerciser. This represents considerable wear and tear on the joint. The result is jaw cracks, wear of the joint cartilage and jaw pain. Many orthodontists have already warned about the use of this type of exerciser.
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