Five Reasons You Might Be A Teeth Grinder, Plus 4 Tips to Stop

Teeth Grinding

Ever woken up with a tension headache? Has your partner ever complained of hearing a grinding noise? Chances are you were grinding your teeth while sleeping.

Teeth grinding, or bruxism, is a fairly common problem which can be mild to severe. Chronic teeth grinding may lead to damaged teeth, tooth loss, and, if severe enough, may require dental surgery.

This infographic shows the 5 reasons you might be a teeth grinder and 4 tips to stop your grinding.

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