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August 30, 2017

New Healthcare Bill?
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New Healthcare Bill?


A novel legislative concept may be gaining some traction. Action Alert!

Here’s the gist of it. Rather than develop an alternative federal system, just turn health insurance over to the states. If California wants to create a single-payer system, allow it to do so. If another state likes Obamacare, let it keep it. If another wishes to create a consumer-driven system, then allow that.

In a recent interview with Breitbart News, former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum outlined the plan, which seems to have originated with him. It involves diverting Obamacare block grants to the states based on the number of citizens who are low income but not covered by Medicaid. This would allow individual states to customize their health plans to the needs of their constituents. States that wish to do so could create the kind of consumer-driven system, free of Obamacare mandates, that ANH believes is the best way to increase individual choice while driving down overall health care costs. Or they could offer both this and the present system to consumers.

Santorum expects at least some Democratic governors and members of Congress to get on board. This may be optimistic. But they could have an incentive to do so inasmuch as Obamacare subsidies disproportionately go to states such as New York, California, Maryland, and Massachusetts. Lawmakers from other states could see this as a way to get more federal money. These four states will of course completely oppose it.

August 30, 2017

New Healthcare Bill?
A novel legislative concept may be gaining some traction. Action Alert!

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Locked JAW Protocol

Sweet foods can cause blood sugar swings, including added sugars, refined grain products, alcohol and too much caffeine. Some of the best anti-inflammatory foods for healing TMJ from the inside out include:

  • Soft foods that are easy to chew: Soups, stews, smoothies and cooked/steamed vegetables are great ways to get more nutrients without needing to eat hard foods.
  • Omega-3 foods: Omega-3s fight inflammation naturally and can help improve circulation. Get them from wild-caught fish, such as salmon, sardines and mackerel.
  • Collagen protein: It helps rebuild tissue, including cartilage.
  • Foods high in electrolytes: Blended, steamed or pureed vegetables and fruits are the best sources of electrolytes like magnesium, calcium and potassium, which can help prevent muscle spasms and other symptoms of deficiencies that are tied to TMJ. Leafy greens, cooked broccoli and other cruciferous veggies, berries and mashed sweet potatoes are all good options.
  • Eggs, raw dairy and protein shakes: If you have difficulty chewing protein foods, try these options as an easy way to get enough protein.
  • Anti-inflammatory herbs and teas: Green tea, turmeric, raw garlic and fresh herbs/spices are great ways to add flavor to your diet along with anti-inflammatory benefits.

4. Exercise

Besides stretching and strengthening your jaw, regular exercise using your whole body is a great natural stress reliever. In addition, lowering inflammation, balancing blood sugar levels and helping you sleep better are some of the benefits of exercise. Aim for at least 30–60 minutes daily most of the week.

5. Reduce Pain Naturally

Several practices can help you ease tension around the jaw and lower inflammation. You can apply an ice pack or warm compress against your jaw one to two times a day to relax the muscles, lower inflammation and improve circulation. (8) Some people find more relief when using ice since this decreases nerve transmission in pain fibers, helps raise the pain threshold, over-rides some pain sensations and helps release endorphinsthat naturally block some pain.

Supplements including glucosamine, a B vitamin complex, magnesium, vitamin C, calcium and adaptogen herbs to lower cortisol (like ashwagandha, maca, kava and holy basil) are all useful for preventing symptoms related to stress. Avoiding difficult-to-chew foods, gum, chewing candies, yawning and other painful movements of the jaw also takes some pressure off while you heal.

Also consider using essential oils to lower anxiety and pain, such as peppermint oil, frankincense oil and lavender oil (mix one drop of each oil with 1/4 teaspoon of coconut oil and rub on to the area of pain) to lower stress, swelling and tension.

TMJ by the numbers - Dr. Axe