Re: Zoloft and Neck Pain?
I've had that for years, so I can't tell if Zoloft is having any extra effect.
You can get those symptoms from grinding teeth at night, which upsets the jaw joint and neck muscles - so it's quite possible that having an extra substance in your bloodstream may be causing you to grind at night.
If it gets too much, it's possible for a dentist to give you a 'splint' (like a brace but not so attached) or 'biteguard' to wear at night to stop your jaw movements and protect your teeth - if you can bear it in all night long.
I mean to try this one day, but haven't quite gotten around to going to the dentist for anxiety/panic reasons!