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GIVE UP THE GRIND!!!!!!!

There are lot of people who wake up in the morning welcomed with a jaw pain and a dull headacahe. U MIGHT BE GRINDING YOUR TEETH ALL THROUGH NIGHT while trailing along dreamland and you might not even noticed it ever.




various studies dedicated on grinding of teeth or clenching of jaws reveal that over 90% of the population experience it at some point.in fact,experts say that  two or three out of every 10 kids will grind or clench,but most outgrow it.

Our bodies respond well to our emeotions even when we are sleeping.this makes it even harder to daignose because you may not even realize you are doing it.

CAUSES OF GRINDING


The most common causes of sleep bruxism  are STRESS,ANGER AND DEPRESSION.
antidepressent drugs are also known to trigger this condition

people who have misaligned upper and lower teeth shows greater tendency of clenching their jaws

Bruxism may lead to noticeable facial pain,fractures teeth,clenching wears down the tooth enamel and it also increases teeth senstivity to temprature and possbly it may trigger TMJ(Temperomandibular joint disease)

if you notice vague headache and pain in jaw,visit our dentist in rohini and he,ll find a better solution of your problem

TREATMENT OF BRUXISM

Common treatment protocol for bruxism includes hard plastic bite splints for upper teeth in order to prevent biting focer over the teeth or by taking anti anxiety medications.A slight change in your lifestyle to reduce stress may also add a relief for those experiencing bruxism. 


This article is written in public interest by Dr. Kapil Saroha

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