Whether you've woken yourself up in the middle of the night with the unpleasant sound of your own teeth grinding or your spouse has told you you grind your teeth while you sleep, you now know that you are a night grinder. Nighttime grinding, or bruxism, shouldn't be ignored, as it has been known to cause jaw disorders, severe headaches, and damaged teeth. The next step is learning how to reduce and prevent nighttime teeth grinding by following these three tips:
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