Bruxism - The Painful Grinding of Teeth

   

The medical term for grinding in which slide your teeth back and forth over each other your teeth as well as clenching in which tightly hold your top and bottom teeth together your teeth is called as bruxism. There results are primarily in tooth damage and jaw pain and may be caused by psychological effects of everyday stress and this are often unaware that they have developed this habit as well as often do not know that treatment is available until damage to the mouth and teeth has been done, this condition affects both children and adults.


Symptoms for bruxism

  • Teeth's are abraded
  • Pain in facial
  • Teeth's are sensitive
  • Jaw muscles
  • Earache
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • Anxiety
  • Eating disorder

Treatment for bruxism

You can take natural and alternative therapies such as biofeedback, hypnosis, stress management, relaxation therapy and meditation because they have demonstrated to be useful in reducing the bruxism symptoms.

You can take herbal remedies like hypericum perforatum, passiflora incarnata, melissa officinalis, lavender as well as homeopathic ingredients like phytolacca, zinc, arsenicum and use of these because they can relieve tension and help to soothe the emotional problems as well as can also provide a safe, non-addictive alternative to traditional medications respectively.

You can take herbal teas of hops, passion flower, peppermint as well as lemon balm and use of these because these are to soothe and quiet your nerves when you are feeling anxious and stressed.

You can take a mouthpiece treatment in which specially-fitted plastic mouth appliance may be tatty at night to absorb the force of biting because this are help to prevent future damage to the teeth also help in changing the patient's behavior.

You can take biofeedback treatment in which an electronic instrument that measures the amount of muscle activity of the mouth and jaw and indicating to the patient when in excess of muscle activity is taking place so that the behavior can be changed because this is in particular helpful for daytime bruxers.

Prevention for bruxism

  • Do not eat hard foods such as nuts, candies as well as steak.
  • Do not chewing as well as smoking tobacco.
  • Do not drink an alcohol.
  • Do not eat foods in which include caffeine like colas, chocolate, and coffee.
  • Do not chewing gum, pencils as well as pens.

Tips for bruxism

You can take vitamin supplements such as pantothenic acid, magnesium, lavender as well as calcium. You can take an ice as well as damp heat and apply this on the painful jaw muscles. You can take a lot of water and drink it everyday. You can acquire a lot of sleep. You can do exercise because they can reduce your daily stress and learn relaxation techniques. You can do the massage for the muscles of the neck, shoulders, and face.








 

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