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Teeth clenching due to stress

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GoingBlankAgain Mon 15-Oct-12 22:21:47

Anyone know of a way to stop this. I find I am doing it more and more, and certainly in my sleep.

tedhutchinson Mon 15-Oct-12 23:09:14

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tgisue Tue 16-Oct-12 07:05:44

Hi Ted,

I remember you well from another well known forum and found you very informative.

I bought vit d drops from the US 3 years ago but cant remember the site you recommended. Can you give some suggestions?

Thanks

Sue

GupX Tue 16-Oct-12 07:09:02

Hi GoingBlankAgain,

My dentist gave me this plastic thing to wear in bed at night. (Well, didn't give it to me, it cost about £90!!!!!) shock

It did break the cycle though. Best to get it sorted as soon as possible, as it really wears down your teeth - mine are very 'flat' because of a year or so of doing this.

cynister Tue 16-Oct-12 07:16:07

Thanks so much for that information,Ted. I know I have low magnesium levels, but had no idea my teeth clenching and aching jaw were connected..

Feckbox Tue 16-Oct-12 07:30:26

Ted what's your evidence for magnesium deficiency being connected to teeth clenching? Thanks

tedhutchinson Tue 16-Oct-12 07:45:05

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Feckbox Tue 16-Oct-12 23:09:06

Thanks will read later

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