Hi doctor I have different problem that is when I was sleeping in the night time I am grinding my theeth daily. It is observed by my family members and they told me that matter. So please give me solution to my health probelem. How it is decrease.
night grinding or night bruxism as it is called is a very common problem. It is stress related at times. Though there are other factors leading to it
can be taken care of. You need to see a dentist.
Hello! you need to break the habit. This clenching and grinding of teeth is referred to as bruxism. Kindly wear a night guard or occlusal guard to break the habit and also to prevent trauma to the teeth. Get it made as early as possible
You have bruxism, do you grind teeth at night time or when you're stressed completely. So get soft splint done from professional dentist. Otherwise you will get tmj problem and teeth sensitivity of teeth.
Any habit breaking is difficult initially. By concious effort and by using some habit breaking appliance, you can decrease the intensity. Please visit dentist for night guard appliance, which may help you.
people who grind their teeth during night suffer from attrition of teeth and tooth surface becomes flat. To avoid this you can be given customised mouthguard to wear at night which will avoid attrition of tooth surfaces. Studies also suggest that meditation helps in reducing night grinding.
Teeth grinding in night is called bruxism, and if it lasts for more time, will lead to lots of issue to your health. I. E. Headache, pain in face, pain in neck, pain near ear, pain in your jaw. You will feel depressed and might affect your sleeping habit. So do consult a good dentist and try to find out the cause behind your this habit.neck painear pain
Grinding of teeth is referred to as bruxism in medical terms. It can b stress related. You can make night guards from dentists which is an very important part of treatment. You can try yoga and meditation to help you relieve stress.
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