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Teeth Grinding (Bruxism)

Teeth grinding (Bruxism) is a problem in which you unconsciously grind or clench your teeth. This can happen day or night and you may be completely unaware you suffer with it. Bruxism is often related to stress or anxiety but can have other causes such as sleep problems, like snoring and sleep apnoea; taking certain medicines, including some antidepressants; smoking; drinking lots of alcohol and caffeine, and; taking drugs such as cocaine and ecstasy.

When grinding your teeth or jaw clenching, you can be left with other symptoms such as face, neck and shoulder pain; a painful jaw; headaches; earache, and; disturbed sleep. It can also lead to worn-down or broken teeth, leading to needing more dental work.  

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Teeth Grinding (Bruxism)


Grinding your teeth in your sleep is considered a sleep-related disorder. You are more likely to snore and have pauses in your breathing if you also suffer from bruxism.

  • Sleep disruption
  • Headaches
  • Tooth or jaw pain and sensitivity
  • Jaw, face, or neck pain
  • Damage to your cheek from chewing
  • Lockjaw
  • Tired or tight jaw muscles
  • Teeth are fractured, chipped, loose or flattened