Stress can cause facial tension. When stressed, you might tighten your facial and jaw muscles or clench your teeth. Tension in the face may be a natural response to emotional or physical stress. In this case, no abnormality has been detected from these scans. Anxiety can make symptoms of facial tension worse and it may be harder for facial tension to go away naturally. Facial muscles have unique features and they carry few or no muscle spindles. The facial muscles are under both voluntary and emotional control. the upper facial movements are controlled by the medial frontal cortex. Emotional stress can create tension on the facial muscles. When stressed, the facial muscles are contracting and become tense and stiff. Stress relief technique can release facial tension. Acupuncture is one of the tools that can effectively release stress and facial tension.
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