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    Suffer from Constant Headaches? Your BITE may be the PROBLEM!
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff posted:
    If you suffer from constant headaches and have never been able to pinpoint the reason, watch this video! You might find that your bite needs to be checked out.

    Sara spent years in agonizing pain, until her dentist noticed her unusually moving one cheek at an appointment. After testing her bite, the professional was able to correct her alignment. Today, Sara lives without her awful neck pains or constant migraines thanks to her dentist! :-D

    Has anyone else found their mouth to be the root of excruciating headaches? Have a similar story to Sara's? Please feel free to share your thoughts and experiences.
    Best Wishes!
    Amelia
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