Do you wake up in the morning with a dull headache or achy jaw? Chances are you may be grinding your teeth at night. Teeth grinding, or bruxism, is a common problem that affects people of all ages. When left untreated, bruxism can lead to serious dental problems, including tooth wear, chipping, and cracking. If you think you may be grinding your teeth at night, read on for a detailed guide on how to stop it.
What causes teeth grinding?
There are many different factors that can contribute to teeth grinding, including stress, anxiety, misaligned teeth, sleep disorders, and even genetics. If you are not sure what is causing you to grind your teeth, consult with your dentist. They will be able to rule out any underlying dental problems and help you find the cause of your bruxism.
How can teeth grinding be treated?
Once the cause of your teeth grinding has been determined, there are a number of different treatment options available. If stress or anxiety is the root cause of your bruxism, therapy or counselling may be recommended. For more severe cases, medication may be prescribed.
In many cases, mouthguards or splints can be highly effective in protecting your teeth from further damage.
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Whether you’re constantly grinding your teeth in your sleep or you keep your partner awake at night with loud and excessive snoring, the Happy Sleep mouthguard is your convenient and affordable solution. Not only is it portable and easy to use, but it’s backed by clinical trials and made with soft medically used materials in Australia.
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