Morning headache from jaw?

Maybe. Morning headaches are a common finding in temporomandibular joint or TMJ disorders. They are usually on the side of the head or face. They may be caused by bruxism, or grinding of the teeth during the night while you are asleep. You might benefit from a dental splint, or night guard, if it's properly designed and fabricated by a well-trained dentist. Don't use the over-the-counter kind of splint.
Anything. Headaches can come from tension, dehydration, lack of sleep/poor sleep, skipping meals, stress, sleep apnea/snoring, or chronic sinus problems, teeth grinding, migraines.
Vague. Certainly need a lot more info. Duration, intensity, location. Keep a pain diary if you can and document your headaches. Then consider seeing your doctor. It could be due to grinding your teeth during sleep which tenses the muscles of the face and head.
Indirectly. Some headaches are associated with clenching of the jaw called nocturnal para functional brutism. These nighttime events create tremendous muscle force and activity that can be at play with morning headache symptoms. Find a dentist trained in treating headache pain with a nti devise.
Grinding teeth? Maybe you're grinding your teeth at night, which could cause jaw pain and a morning headache. It might not hurt to get evaluated for a night guard.

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Morning headache jaw hurts?

TMJ ? Although there are several possible explanations, including bruxism (grinding teeth together during sleep), tempo-mandibular joint disease must be considered. See your doctor. Read more...
Classic. The description appears to be classic tmj/tmd caused by bruxism (grinding of the teeth at night.) if it occurs quite often, you should see a dentist/tmj specialist to exam and try and diagnose the cause of the bruxism and possibly make a custom mouthpiece to help you with the headaches and protect your teeth and tongue. Read more...
Bruxism. Most likely cause is night time clench/grind of your teeth. One of disorders of TMJ-TMD. First line of treatment, see dentist for exam and likely night guard. Read more...

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See a doctor. I recommend seeing a doctor so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. Read more...
Broke. Something broke. Please see your physician asap for proper diagnosis and rx. May be nothing, may be quite serious. He must be examined. Read more...

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How do you treat morning headache?

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What is the definition or description of: morning headache?

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