Published on May 12, 2017 and last reviewed on Sep 22, 2018 - 2 min read
Most of the people who have teeth grinding habit will not accept the fact. This article gives a brief note on what are the bad effects of teeth grinding on the general and dental health.
Most people have the habit of clenching their teeth when in anger or during the peak of any emotional trauma. Imagine when this happens on a regular basis and during the night. Teeth grinding is medically called as bruxism. It is an involuntary action occurring especially at night. The primary reason for such a habit is claimed to be stress and anxiety. The other reasons might be improper teeth arrangement or sleep disorders.
How Can This Affect the Dental Health?
How Harmful Can This Habit Be?
How to Find out If You Grind Your Teeth?
How Does It Affect Your General Health?
How Can This Be Treated?
Few Tips to Overcome This Habit
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