2018
DOI: 10.5935/2595-0118.20180012
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Abstract: BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Post-traumatic stress disorder is a disabling disorder that can be developed after a person has experienced or exposed to a traumatic event. The evidence shows the coexistence between post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic painful conditions as the temporomandibular dysfunction. This study aimed to review the literature to describe the coexistence relation between post-traumatic stress disorder and temporomandibular dysfunction. CONTENTS: A non-systematic search was carried on th… Show more

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“…Some authors related TMDs with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) syndrome, a form of pathological response to stress, during which individuals are permanently in a state of increased tension, continually re-living life-threatening experiences in their thoughts and dreams, to determine the frequency of subjective symptoms and clinical signs of dysfunction in the stomatognathic system among subjects suffering from PTSD. Some studies show that PTSD frequently occurs in patients with TMDs, and at the same time a higher TMD prevalence is found in PTSD subjects [22]. Uhac [20] found a correlation between war stress and temporomandibular disorder, with 82% of subjects in the group with PTSD having symptoms of dysfunction compared with 24% of the subjects in the healthy control group.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Some authors related TMDs with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) syndrome, a form of pathological response to stress, during which individuals are permanently in a state of increased tension, continually re-living life-threatening experiences in their thoughts and dreams, to determine the frequency of subjective symptoms and clinical signs of dysfunction in the stomatognathic system among subjects suffering from PTSD. Some studies show that PTSD frequently occurs in patients with TMDs, and at the same time a higher TMD prevalence is found in PTSD subjects [22]. Uhac [20] found a correlation between war stress and temporomandibular disorder, with 82% of subjects in the group with PTSD having symptoms of dysfunction compared with 24% of the subjects in the healthy control group.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Patients with TMDs reported traumatic stressors of different natures: knowing that a family member or friend was injured or killed, experiencing automobile accidents, and suffering from violent attacks were the most commonly reported traumatic experiences and of personal significance for patients with TMDs [22][23][24][25]. Other significative life events defined as stressors and studied in relation to TMDs are typical life-changing events that can be perceived as stressors according to the various degrees of significance for the average individual [11,26,27].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is also well-known that psychological trauma and long-term stress can produce symptoms of temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD) such as temporomandibular joint (TMJ) noise, pain, and restricted opening. Ferreira et al reported a bidirectional relationship between PTSD and painful TMD in their review [27]. Although TMJ symptoms were not investigated in this study, the fact that PTSD was associated with oral symptoms suggests that oral pain may have been affected by the presence of TMD.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 63%
“…Sabe-se que a dor possui diferentes origens e, dentre elas, quando vivenciada no estresse pós-traumático vem acompanhada de outros sintomas, como ansiedade, aflição emocional, aumento da reatividade a estímulos estressantes, pensamentos negativos e importunos sobre o trauma que se não tratados adequadamente e manejados de uma forma que cure o paciente e não a doença pode levar a sérias complicações no futuro da pessoa. (Ferreira et al,2018).…”
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“…Dessa maneira, a dor em indivíduos com transtorno de estresse pós-traumáticopode causar desconforto, aumentar o estresse, apatia e ser gatilho para relembrar o trauma. Todavia, Ferreira et al(2018) relataramque o trauma promove comportamento de hipervigilância e evita a prática de atividades relacionadas à dor que resultam na amplificação da experiência dolorosa.…”
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