Want to attract the opposite sex? It's in the Smile.
...ve the smile. With all the money and time we invest into our smile, a few hours of teeth grinding every night can eliminate our investment.
is the grinding or clenching of the teeth, and it is one of the most common sleep disorders. Regular dental checkups are important to detect damage. ...
Pennsylvania Dental Association Cautions Patients: Don't Forgo Dental Visits Because of the Economy
...g. Frequently linked to stress, which increases during bad economic times, bruxism
often remains unnoticed by most patients until their dentist brings it to t...th, ultimately causing teeth breakage. Caught early by a dentist, however, bruxism
is easily treatable.
"Avoiding the dentist is not a good way to save a...
GIVE IT A REST: Delta Dental of Illinois Encourages Routine Dental Exams to Help Detect Nighttime Teeth Grinding
...s about a little-known effect of sleep deprivation: sleep bruxism.
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is an unconscious grinding of teeth during sleep, commonly associated with sleep deprivation, stress or misalignment of teeth. Depending on its severi...
SleepRight(R) Dental Guard Receives FDA Clearance
... for protection against nighttime teeth grinding
called bruxism. It is intended to reduce damage to the teeth and to prevent
the noise associated with bruxism
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"Everyday people are under more stress factors, whether from work,
New study of Concerta showed significant improvement of ADHD symptom management in adults
...y mouth (20%), anxiety (16.4%), nausea (12.7%), increased blood pressure (10%), insomnia (9.1%), initial insomnia (7.3%), increased heart rate (7.3%), bruxism
(6.4%), irritability (6.4%) and muscle tightness (6.4%). There were no serious treatment emergent adverse events reported and 16 (14.5%) and 6 (5.2%) ...
New Drug Found To Improve Driving Performance In Young Adults With ADHD
...were mild or moderate and consistent with known side effects of stimulant medications such as decreased appetite, weight loss, dry mouth, insomnia and bruxism
These findings suggest that there is a carryover beneficial effect of having performed a mentally demanding task like driving. The ...
Bruxism linked to anxiety disorder
is an oral habit characterized by rhythmic activit...eth, and sleep disruption for both the person with bruxism
as well as his or her bed partner.
The study,... to collect information on the prevalence of sleep bruxism
in the general population, the risk factors associ...