If you’ve ever had anxiety or depression stop you doing the things you love to do, then this is for you.

In this video, I cover:

  • What is the function of the trigeminal nerve?
  • Where is the trigeminal nerve?
  • How can it cause anxiety or depression?


Rather read the transcript?

Here it is…

Thank you for joining us here, at Blossomingme, for our chat on the TMJ and trigeminal nerve.

Thank you for watching, whether it’s live or replay. Even though we’re not physically together, we are sending positive, healing thoughts to you. 

We really appreciate your participation, so if you have any questions, if there’s something more that you’d like to know about either the TMJ or the trigeminal nerve, please ask your questions in the comments below, or send us an email or a text, and we’ll get back to you.

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So thank you for tuning in and we look forward to seeing you in our future Facebook lives,

Have a fabulous week! 


Sarah xx


Author: Sarah Gowans

About Blossoming Me

BlossomingMe offers a fully integrated approach to your wellbeing. Located on Sydney’s Upper North Shore. Sarah is our Cranio-sacral and Remedial Massage Therapist and health and lifestyle coach. She can help relieve those problematic knots, tightness and other specific ailments to promote a healthy recovery. These complementary massage therapies can be combined to suit your needs, and include: craniosacral therapy, shiatsu, acupressure, reiki, remedial, swedish, and body-mind-massage. 

Our qualified Osteopath, Alexis, offers a drug free, minimally invasive, “hands on” treatment focusing on the musculoskeletal system with its associated muscles, tendons, ligaments, membranes, bones and joints. Alexis takes a functional approach. This means that she focuses on the way a component (body part, tissue or group of tissues) performs its role, as well as the way the body works, performs and integrates as a whole. Our team can support you to improve your posture and therefore your overall health.

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