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involuntarily or unconsciously clenching or grinding the teeth, typically during sleep

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Bruxism is often an unwanted byproduct of stress and anxiety and if it happens continually over a prolonged period of time, it can cause the enamel to wear down on teeth, leading to increased sensitivity, infection and sometimes even tooth loss.
In some cases, Bruxism sufferers can grind their teeth down to stumps, and in others, grinding can result in the wearing down of enamel, increased sensitivity, as well as the loosening, fracturing and loss of teeth.
In addition to self-injurious behaviors such as hitting with bare hands, banging their heads on walls and furniture, and pricking or pinching;3 oral habits including bruxism, tongue thrusting, lip biting, and pica (eating objects and substances such as gravel, or pens) have been reported among children with ASD.
Sleep bruxism in individuals with and without attrition-type tooth wear: An exploratory matched case-control electromyographic study.
26) who observed a correlation between bruxism and reduction in dopamine levels.
Herein, we presented a case of botulinum toxin-induced facial asymmetry who had cerebral palsy accompanied by bruxism.
M2 PHARMA-August 11, 2016-RelaxBogen Claims Pilot Study Success with Bruxism, TMD Treatment Device
According to the manufacturer, the product provides up to 30 percent better protection against bruxism than conventional OTC night guards.
Four cattle were presented with horn fractures at different sites and time periods with signs of head shaking, bruxism, foul smelling purulent discharges, restlessness, off feed and rubbing horn to hard objects, etc.
Along with six million other people in the UK, my husband suffers from bruxism, grinding of the teeth.
s new LunaGuard, which provides improved protection against bruxism (nighttime teeth grinding), more comfort when in use, and significant consumer health care savings.
SomnoMed provides sleep apnea, snoring and bruxism.
Bruxism is a repetitive activity of the jaw muscles, characterized by grinding or clenching of the teeth, and/or exercising pressure of the jaws.