Over 29 million Americans suffer from migraines.
The NTI-tss is a small nightguard that comfortably fits over your four front teeth. Its patented design keeps your canine and back teeth apart. This separation minimizes the intensity of your nighttime clenching forces.
To demonstrate how the NTI-tss works, touch the muscles of the temples while biting down on a pencil with the back teeth as hard as possible. The temporal muscles will bulge and intensely contract. Now bite down on a pencil with only the front teeth. Those same temporal muscles remain relaxed. This diminished clenching intensity prevents a hyperactive nerve response, and thus, prevents migraines.
Dr. James Boyd, DDS of California, developed the NTI-tss therapeutic protocol. Having suffered chronic, daily headaches and frequent migraine attacks for 12 years, Dr. Boyd developed the protocol to rid him of pain. He is now an associate with The Headache Center Neurology clinic in Encinitas, CA.
The NTI-tss Plus protects teeth, muscles and joints by suppressing parafunctional muscle contraction by almost 70%. Originally developed to prevent extreme head pain, the NTI-tss Plus is proven to be a superior alternative to full coverage bite guards. The NTI-tss Plus also gives dentists a way to simply and effectively treat patients suffering from tension and severe headaches by reducing the intensity of jaw clenching while the patient sleeps.
Resources: theheadacheremedy.com, Keller Laboratories.