Migraine is the #1 disability in adults under 50 years of age.

It's time for a logical method of prevention.

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A Simple Concept with a Profound Impact

Try to bite a hard object with your front incisor teeth and you can't do it, but use your back molars and you can crush anything.

Published research revealed that a large percentage of chronic headache/migraine sufferers undetectably clench with great intensity during sleep (and can generate twice the force as the asymptomatic person).

NTI MigraineGuard exploits natural physiology to allow for incisor-only biting during sleep, resulting in a profound reduction in migraine disability.

NTI MigraineGuard exploits the natural protective muscle activity of "biting" vs "chewing"

How Traditional Therapy Misses The Mark

When a patient is diagnosed with "nocturnal parafunction," that is, jaw clenching and/or teeth grinding (together known as "bruxism"),  a dental protective splint, or "nightguard," is prescribed.  The splint has two objectives: to protect the teeth from the damage of grinding; and to provide a balanced biting surface, so as to stabilize the jaw joints during clenching. 

However, the one thing the splint cannot do is minimize the intensity of the the parafunctional activity.  In fact, the presence of the splint can allow clenching intensity to increase beyond the already pathologic level.  

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The traditional mouthpiece can make headaches worse.

Providing a surface to clench on can allow clenching to intensify, while the NTI MigraineGuard minimizes clenching intensity by providing only for a contact at the front incisor teeth.

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