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  1. Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction and Pain Syndromes

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    Muscle overactivity: bruxism (grinding of the teeth and clenching of the jaw); orofacial dystonias. [ 6 ] Dental malocclusion: this was formerly considered to be an important factor; inde...

  2. Rett Syndrome

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    Generalised rigidity, bruxism and movements of the tongue may occur. Motor dysfunction or dystonia may be present.

  3. Some Dental and Periodontal Diseases

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    Gum disease, grinding teeth (bruxism), tooth trauma and an abnormal bite are also causes. In babies and young children, consider the growth of unerupted teeth.

  4. Night Terrors and Parasomnias

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    About 1 in 6 children had at least one parasomnia. Bruxism (grinding of teeth), nocturnal enuresis (considered by some to be a parasomnia) and night terrors were the most common types. [ 3 ] ...

  5. About 2 months ago my husband was diagnosed with prostat...

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    When I went to the dentist he took xrays and could find nothing wrong but diagnosed me with bruxism (severe tooth grinding) and told me to get a mouth guard at the drug store for night wear.

  6. citalapram and missed period?

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    Another uncommon side effect is bruxism (teeth grinding). When patients start using citalopram they may experience a feeling similar to electricity or minor shocks in their upper body and in...

  7. Yawning Constantly

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    xx Hey Laura - The grinding teeth is called bruxism (Think that's how its spelled). The dentist offered to make me a shield to wear at night but I declined - the thought made me heave...

  8. Atypical facial pain

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    Occasionally, when the uveitis is under control and I still have the pain, it can be caused by my bruxism.  Years ago, my dentist had a bite guard made for me, which I wear at night and ...

  9. Ouch my teeth!!

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    Teeth grinding is bruxism-I do it all the time-so I chew a lot of gum, just to relaease my jaw, plus ithelps if you havent really got an appetite!

  10. MRI for TMJ. Will it show muscle problem?

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    I do have Bruxism. I grind my teeth at night. I do have a mouthguard and it helps very little. I think I have done a lot of damage to my joint and muscles.

  11. Im not quite sure....

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    Been suffering from bruxism for years and years now and quite frankly its left my mouth in a rather sorry state. Its not as bad as i have seen it on others though - for which i am thankful.

  12. ive been kinda depressed and considering suicide what should i do?

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    hi, this is the first time i openly talked about this topic to anyone because i feel like i cant talk to anyone about this. i dont really know if im depressed but research has been telling me i do. ev...

  13. Stabbing ear pain anyone?

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    I get terrible face and jaw pain as I suffer with bruxism, the grinding of teeth. Which apparently is also common amongst fibromites, I tend not to grind but to clench my jaw tight whilst asl...

  14. Dental problems on Wafarin

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    You better see a dentist to access you for the following problems: Clenching and grinding of teeth in the night called as bruxism. May be you are having acid reflux from your gut, you m...

  15. Pain whenever I lay down on my back

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    Part of your problem may be bruxism, or unwittingly clenching your teeth at night. The pain can be about the worst in the world--obviously!

  16. PLEASE HELP DIAGNOSE ME.

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    I do wonder whether you grind your teeth at night, this is called Bruxism. This page may help you https://patient.info/health/toothache From the way you speak, I feel that you do not...

  17. Linx or Nissen Fundoplication?

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    Condition has deteriorated and recently diagnosed with a small hernia and short segment barrets (1.5cm)
 I have suffered a number of other symptoms over the years which I believe are linked t...

  18. Medication

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    My dentist has said though he deals with Anxiety a lot in patients, I have TMJ and bruxism - anxiety caused and a mouth guard isn't helping enough. He thinks Sertraline will make the leg ...

  19. Overcoming anxiety stories of thingsome working for individuals

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    Chris My anxiety issues came about when I was taking a muscle relaxer ( Flexeril  ) and Aleve for bruxism. I never had issues with anxiety before this. I ended up finding out I had a s...

  20. Anxiety and Tension headaches

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 I yes, anxiety is a roller coaster :( See a dentist your first paragraoh describes bruxism and eill cause horrible vhronic neck issues, shoulder even and headaches big ...