Can you take LDN for temporomandibular disorder
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) works like a sliding hinge and attaches your jawbone with your skull. One joint is present on both sides of your jaw. TMJ disorders are the kind of temporomandibular disorder or TMD that can give rise to pain in your joint of the jaw along with the muscles that manage the movement of the jaw. On the basis of the extent and heterogeneity of the investigations, more large-scale considerations are required, along with further examinations evaluating the response of orofacial pain to low-dose naltrexone.