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Stress Related Bruxism

Most people who suffer from bruxism are not even aware that they actually grind or clench their teeth. Since it is something which is mainly done during sleep that is to say during the night, it is usually a second party or partner that detects the teeth grinding. Depending on how long it has been going on for, most people who have bruxism will have some damage to their teeth. This is generally seen as flattened tooth surfaces and harder and firmer muscles in the cheeks and […]

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Reducing Stress Levels to Treat Bruxism

Bruxism is not something that we are necessarily aware we have, especially if it is done during sleep. Teeth grinding is not uncommon but can lead to some most uncomfortable symptoms, namely those of pain in the jaw and face and reoccurring headaches. Usually someone who suffers from bruxism will be told they are clenching their jaws or grinding their teeth by their partner, given that the act of teeth grinding can be audible in the silence of the night. It can also be somewhat embarrassing so […]

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How to Stop Bruxism

Knowing how to stop bruxism or teeth grinding is relevant to what is causing it in the first place. In most cases bruxism is the result of stress so in order to stop or control teeth clenching and grinding, eliminating tress can be the answer behind the cure. Without doubt stress is guilty of many acquired health complaints and conditions, bruxism being one of them. Whether it is money worries or something of a more personal nature stress can be the number one cause of teeth grinding. […]

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