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Trigeminal nerve (5th nerve) and vestibular nerve (8ieme nerve)

The diagram below shows the proximity between the condyle, the trigeminal nerve and the nerve vestibular/cochlear nerve (hearing nerve).

The name of the trigeminal nerve is due to its three branches of which it may be because they leave the brain-pan separately. The jawbone branch, the mandibular and at least the ophthalmic one.

I noted that an action on the splint aiming at moving away the condyle from the walls of hearing caused not only to facilitate the opening of my jaw but also facilitated my breathing by the nose. My jaw tends to relieved from its congestion as if before it was under anesthesia.