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Teeth grinding and headaches

(3 Posts)
MadamA Mon 26-Sep-11 13:46:25

Have been a bit of a teeth grinder on and off over the years but having a bad bout iof it at the moment as under a lot of stress. Have noticed new headaches which I wonder if are related. Intense pain and pressure feeling when I bend over or laugh or sniff. Anyone else had this - think its the teeth grinding?

lesstalkmoreaction Mon 26-Sep-11 17:10:07

Ask the dentist about a special tooth guard that you can get fitted to stop you doing it.

Grumpystiltskin Mon 26-Sep-11 19:18:35

Could be tooth grinding but it does sound more like sinusitis. Hard to say without seeing you. Google British Society of Occlusal Studies, they have useful info.

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