Stop Clenching and Start Sleeping
Jaw clenching is a condition that can lead to a number of problems, including headaches, jaw pain, and tooth damage. The condition is often caused by stress or anxiety, and it can cause the jaw muscles to tense up and contract. This can lead to pain in the jaw joint, as well as fatigue and discomfort. In some cases, jaw clenching can also cause teeth to grind against each other, which can damage the enamel and lead to tooth decay.
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If you think you may be clenching your jaw, it is important to contact TMJ Sleep Therapy Center of Reno so that we can assess the severity of the problem and recommend treatment. Left untreated, jaw clenching can cause long-term damage to your teeth and jaw.
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Why Are You Clenching Your Jaw?
There are many potential causes of jaw clenching, including stress, anxiety, misaligned teeth, and bruxism (teeth grinding). Jaw clenching can also be a side effect of certain medications. Treatment for jaw clenching will vary depending on the underlying cause.
In some cases, simple lifestyle changes, such as relaxation techniques or stress management, may be enough to reduce jaw clenching. In other cases, more aggressive treatment, such as dental appliances or Botox injections, may be necessary. jaw clenching can be a frustrating and painful condition, but with the right treatment it can be effectively managed.
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