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Tips to Stop Grinding Teeth

Of the 20% of adults who do it, just about every one of them would like to learn how to stop grinding teeth. Grinding your teeth at night is called bruxism, and you may not even be aware that you're doing it unless someone tells you. But if you wake up with an aching jaw, a clicking jaw joint, or find that your teeth are worn down on one side of your mouth, chances are you are a grinder. If you don't take care of this problem, you can end up with gingivitis, periodontitis, enamel loss, or even tooth loss. Here are some tips to help.

Consider a visit with the dentist. Sure, he's not your favourite person but he can help you stop teeth grinding by making you a custom mouthpiece to wear at night. This will prevent any further damage to your teeth, and some people find that it reduces their tendency to grind. The dentist can also file down any teeth that interfere with an aligned bite, thus reducing any future damage.

Other ideas: learn to relax. You can relax your jaw by stretching it or by holding a warm, damp cloth to it for about ten minutes prior to bedtime to help the jaw muscles relax. Take a warm bath, and avoid consuming alcohol or caffeine near bedtime. You might also want to try some relaxation techniques, such as yoga, meditation, or hypnosis. By using hypnosis, you can quickly and easily learn how to relax under any kind of stress, which will help you stop teeth grinding at night.

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