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Is There a Cure for Bruxism?


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Grinding your teeth while you sleep can lead to many problems...

Do you think you might have Bruxism?

Then ask yourself this question:  Do you experience any of the following symptoms? Do you...
        

  • Wake up with a headache?         
  • Have a painful jaw when you chew food?         
  • Have sensitive teeth?         
  • Have worn out or flat teeth?         
  • Have any chips on your teeth that you don't know how they got there?         
  • Still feel tired during the day even though you had a long night's sleep?

    If you have any of these symptoms, then there is a good chance you have Bruxism.

    So what exactly is Bruxism?

    Bruxism is where you grind your teeth when your are not aware of it. This can happen during the day, but for most people, it happens while they are asleep. People who suffer from Bruxism also tend to unconsciously clench their teeth, pushing their jaws together with incredible force.

    Why is Bruxism bad for you?

    Bruxism can have many short term and long term effects. The list above mentions just some of the short-term effects of Bruxism. If you have Bruxism and you let it go un-treated for many years, then the results can often be irreversible. Eventually you could grind through the enamel on your teeth and expose the dentine.

    The enamel on your teeth is basically like a shield that protects your teeth, so without this your teeth are un-protected. Without the enamel on your teeth, you will notice your teeth are very sensitive to things like hot, cold or any citrus. Now, dentine forms the next or inner layer of a tooth (covered by the enamel). It is the bulk of the hard-tissue component of a tooth. But dentine is softer than enamel, so if you continue to grind your teeth they will wear out even faster.

    Cases of severe grinding can, as mentioned, damage teeth, as well as destroy partials and crowns. It may result in tooth loss. Additionally, bruxism can affect your jaws, result in hearing loss, cause or worsen TMD/TMJ, and even change the appearance of your face.

    Who is likely to have Bruxism?

    In one word, "anybody." Anybody can have Bruxism. The common belief is that only people with highly stressful jobs grind their teeth, but this is not true at all. Many people who seem relaxed and laid back still have Bruxism. And many of these people do not even know they have the condition.

    So is their anything you can do to cure Bruxism?

    There have been many tried and tested methods to cure Bruxism, many of them fail. CureforBruxism.com offers a complete program to cure Bruxism for good and a program that delivers what it promises.

    I personally had a sever case of Bruxism and after spending thousands of dollars on night guards, getting my chipped teeth capped etc. I decided to start the program at CureforBruxism.com. Charlie's program really help me stop grinding and clenching my teeth at night. It took me about 2 weeks until I had completely cured my Bruxism condition. I am now happy to say, "I am NOT a bruxer!".

    The methods at CureforBruxism.com have been closely guarded by dentists, but now the truth is out and you can cure Bruxism yourself at home... Without paying a fortune to go to the dentist.

    If you think you have Bruxism, or if somebody you know has Bruxism, then head over to CureforBruxism.com and see how you can stop grinding your teeth.

    NOW is the time to stop grinding your teeth, if you leave it too late the effects can be irreversible.

    Check out CureforBruxism.com

    About the Author:  Scott Harker is the publisher of several websites including: Sherlock Holmes Pastiches, Harvest The Sun | Renewable Energy, Coin Collector's Dream, Dieting Help | Move More - Eat Less, and Best Yoga For Life.



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