That's when I tried my third option. I used these new Arctic Blast Review holographic chips a friend gave me to try. These little innocuous looking pieces of plastic are made with cutting edge technology using the physics of lasers and holograms. I stuck the one for pain on my jaw where it hurt. After about two hours, the pain was 95% gone. The pain went down from an 8 to 0 if I wasn't opening my mouth wide. Yawning produced pain.
I had the idea to place another holographic chip on the underside of my jaw. This one was to assist in opening the meridians. Within minutes I could yawn as much as I wanted without discomfort. The plastic molded piece in my mouth has helped tremendously. My teeth rarely hurt anymore. I still go to the chiropractor who occasionally needs to pop the TMJ (jaw joint) back into place with her activator.
In addition, when needed. I use that little holographic chip to relieve the pain and get the energy moving in my body. Fibromyalgia is a debilitating condition, which affects 2-4% of the general population, targeting women at a rate 9 times that of men. Sufferers are generally diagnosed between 20 and 50 years of age but risk of suffering from fibromyalgia tends to increase with age. Risk also is also increased in those who have suffered from physical or emotional trauma.