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parafunctional habits

What are Oral Parafunctional Habits? – Let’s Find Out

Oral parafunctional habits are categorized as the habitual exercise of the mouth and jaws, which are different from the everyday functional movements. Some of them are bruxism, tongue thrusting, finger nail-biting, and mouth breathing.
teeth grinding exercises

Home-Based Exercises to Reduce Bruxism A.K.A Teeth Grinding

While there are specific dental treatments available for bruxism, some additional exercises of the jaw can aid in reducing and relieving the symptoms caused by bruxism.
sleep apnea mouth guard

Can Mouth Guard Reduce Sleep Apnea? Let’s Find Out

A mouth guard protects teeth in individuals who have the habit of teeth grinding. Mild cases or early stages of apnea and loud snoring have proved to be effectively reduced by the use of mouth guards in the night.
How to Stop Clenching Teeth

How to Stop Teeth Clenching? 6 Home Remedies to Get The Relief

you can get relief from teeth clenching and its manifestations by following good sleep hygiene, stress management, exercise, wearing a mouthguard, botox injections, etc.
bruxism causes

How to Identify Root Cause of Bruxism or Teeth Grinding?

Various causes of bruxism are emotional stress, irregular sleeping patterns, the adjunct to other medical conditions like Parkinson's disease or Huntington's chorea, etc.
night guard

Are You in Need of a Night Guard? – Types & Care Tips

A night guard also called a splint or occlusal guard is a device made of rigid acrylic material placed in the mouth over the teeth to keep you from grinding your teeth. The mouth guards help to raise the bite and put the jaw in a position that helps relieve the patient from any discomfort and pain.

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