Teeth Grinding

Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding is a health condition not all people are aware of. Some regard it as merely a habit when in fact
it is a medical concern that people should address. Teeth grinding is clinically referred to as Bruxism. Teeth
grinding have different signs and symptoms.

Here are the indicators that a person is suffering from teeth grinding:

  • Intense clenching of teeth enough to wake up somebody.
  • Flattened, worn down, and chipped teeth.
  • Worn teeth enamels.
  • Sensitive teeth.
  • Pain and tightness in the jaws and its muscles.
  • Instances of earaches.
  • Headaches.
  • Facial pains.
  • Damaged cheek tissue.

These are the eight common signs and symptoms of teeth grinding . A lot of people who have this condition are
not even aware they have it. Most of the time, they learn about their teeth clenching habit only when their
sleeping partners tell them so. So if somebody tells them that they grind their teeth in their sleep, check out
these symptoms right away so they’ll know for sure.

Doctors believe that teeth grinding is caused by a number of factors. Here are seven examples of the common
causes of teeth grinding

  • Stress
  • Frustration and suppressed anger
  • Aggressive personality
  • Abnormal alignment of teeth
  • Growth development of the teeth and jaws.
  • A complication of another disease
  • Drugs and medications.

Teeth grinding comes in different levels of severity. For kids, intensive treatment courses are rarely necessary
because they usually outgrow the condition. However, if it affects their health considerably, it is best that
people consult either a dentist or a doctor about it.

Here are the most common treatment procedures for teeth grinding:

  • Hypnotherapy
  • Stress management
  • Dental devices
  • Dental surgeries
  • Behavior Therapy

Luckily, this topic can be significantly improved with hypnotherapy
and clinical hypnosis.

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