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Teeth Grinding Hypnosis CD
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How to Grinding Your Teeth

Grinding your teeth at night regularly, or bruxism, can be a very annoying habit, and have some serious consequences. Recent studies have shown that it can lead to teeth aches, chronic headaches, consistent jaw pains, and even the crumbling of your teeth. Here are some ways that can help you help this:

The mouth guard. Many people have had success with a mouth guard recommended by their doctor. It's worth a try, but it can be uncomfortable and tiring to always wear that when going to sleep.

Get help of the caffeine. Cut back or avoid any food or drink that contains caffeine. Studies show that when people reduce their caffeine intake, the teeth grinding decreases.

Reduce alcohol consumption. Teeth grinding can get much worse after drinking alcohol. If you drink, make sure you keep it in moderation, and drink a lot of water before going to sleep. That will reduce the intensity and the chances of grinding your teeth.

chewing gum. Chewing gum can train your jaw and your jaw muscles to clench and move in the same manner as during teeth grinding. It can make it more likely to occur. Bruxism causes your jaw to move a certain way, thus causing the teeth to grinding against one another, so it's best not to incite your jaw to do this like it does with gum.

More water. As mentioned above with the alcohol, drinking a lot of water can help reduce bruxism. This is because dehydration has been linked to bruxism, and drinking plenty of water can counter that.

Reduce your stress. More likely than not, bruxism and teeth grinding are related to a mental issue. Stress and anxiety can increase your chances to grind your teeth. Therefore, it would be beneficial to try to help your existence of the stress, by doing things such as stress counseling, exercising, yoga, etc.

The hypnosis factor. You can greatly help teeth grinding problems via hypnosis, as well as via self hypnosis tapes. This technique has been proven over and over again, and most people experience a sudden drop or a complete halt of their bruxism problem when they try hypnosis.

Teeth Grinding Hypnosis CD
Powerful Hypnosis Course To help Teeth Grinding. Only $24.99 & FREE Shipping Worldwide! Own it Today.
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Teeth Grinding Hypnosis CD
Powerful Hypnosis Course To help Teeth Grinding. Only $24.99 & FREE Shipping Worldwide! Own it Today.
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