What is Bruxism? It is a condition of grinding and clenching of teeth unconsciously. This is always happening during sleep. Asian should make a film about bruxism to give awareness to the people. Most of the people that are suffering from Sleep Bruxism is most prone to sleep disorders, sleep apnea or difficulty in breathing and snoring.

Sleep Bruxism can lead to injuries such as headaches, damaged teeth, jaw disorders and teeth damaged. Those who have mild bruxism the treatment are not required. If you are not aware that you have Bruxism, you may develop serious complications. It is essential to know the symptoms and signs and seek a dental checkup regularly.

Symptoms/Signs

  • Soreness
  • Neck Pain
  • Sensitive tooth/Toothache
  • Grinding/Clenching of teeth
  • Face pain
  • Earache
  • Flattened and fractures teeth
  • Locked Jaw
  • A headache
  • Disruption in Sleeping

Causes of Bruxism

There is no proven evidence on what are the causes of bruxism. But the doctors explained that combinations of genetic, physical and psychological factors are responsible.

  • Sleep Bruxism is the grinding of teeth during sleep.
  • Daytime Bruxism is caused by stress, frustration, anxiety or tension.

Factors that will increase the risk of Bruxism

  • Bruxism can be genetic. If someone in your family is suffering from this disorder, the other members of the family may have bruxism also.
  • A personality like being competitive, aggressive and hyperactive.
  • Smoking cigarettes/tobacco
  • Caffeinated beverages
  • Alcohol drinks
  • Antidepressants
  • Stress, frustrations, and anxiety
  • This is common for young kids.

Bruxism for Asian Toddlers

If you noticed your toddler about moving their mouth and grinding their teeth while sleeping. These are all the signs that your toddlers have this sleep disorder. Researchers identified, that those children as early in their six months or as young as 5-year old may suffer Bruxism.

We need to protect our child from Bruxism.

Grinding of teeth may happen during sleep, but with young children, it can also occur at daytime. A survey says that 3 out of 10 children are having an unconscious movement of grinding. Here are some of the reasons why your toddlers are crushing:

  • This is a result of a medical condition, medications or cerebral palsy.
  • If your toddler is suffering earache or a toothache, grinding give they comfort.
  • The teeth are not properly aligned.

How to Treat

 If you are unsure of which one to use to treat Bruxism, healthyheroics website might help you lessen it because as of today, there are no treatments for Bruxism. We can only have ways to relieve the feeling of discomfort and pain. If you have a daytime grinding, physical therapy can help you to relieve and exercises like using Elliptical (www.healthyheroics.com/best-elliptical-under-1000-bucks). Have enough sleep can also help. Some dentist required their patients to use a mouth guard. But as time goes by the effectiveness of this mouth guard will be lessened.

How to prevent

The best ways to prevent bruxism are the following:

  • I recommend you to relax before going to sleep.
  • Avoid stress and reduce your anxiety.
  • Control your emotions.

How Bruxism will go away

Bruxism will go away after your toddler loses their baby teeth. This is the time when a toddler is free from this unconscious grinding and clenching.

This article encourages the Asian to make a film about Bruxism. This can help not only Asian but all the people across the globe to be aware of Bruxism. Knowledge is the key to save us from dangers.