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Stress is essentially a part of human life. Excess and long term stress has been known to affect both physical and mental health. Problems such as sleep deprivation, early aging, poor oral health, severe headaches and heart problems can result from stress. Stress can cause the habitual grinding of teeth (bruxism) and sore jaw muscles as a result of teeth grinding or jaw clenching.

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Teeth grinding is often an ignored health condition and impacts on the health of people in a number of different ways. Bruxism owing to the generated force it puts on the teeth will make people more susceptible to cavities, tooth chipping and loosening of teeth, and is a precursor to temporomandibular joint disorder.

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teethTeeth grinding is also referred to as bruxism and is a common problem that leads to broken teeth, enamel damage, headaches, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. The American Academy of Orofacial Pain defines bruxism as the diurnal or nocturnal parafunctional activity which includes clenching, gnashing, gritting and grinding of teeth.

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