The medical term for teeth grinding during sleep is called Sleep Bruxism. The list of possible causes for teeth grinding at night is long. Look up a teeth grinding support group online to get specific help.
yes everyone does at some point and time
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when you are in some sort of stress during your day you grind your teeth in your sleep or it has to do with a habbit of yours but to let you kno wyou gutta stop doing it couseit can harm your teeth badly and make it crooked
Clenching and grinding of the teeth is called Bruxism. Some symptoms would be a sore jaw in the morning, possibly headaches and sensitive teeth. You can talk with your dentist and get a custom made nightguard to sleep with and even though you may still clench and grind while asleep, the damage to your your teeth is not happening.
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Usually not. However if you're one of those who grind their teeth when you sleep they can indeed feel a little loose in the morning. If that's the case you need to have it checked out, as it can lead to teeth wearing out, headaches and all sorts of things.
the teeth they youse to grind the leaves with are the premolars
calf grind their teeth to keep them from going weak it's like you brushing your teeth
when your teeth grind food is it chemical or mechanical
Mastication (when teeth cut and grind food) is a physical change.
Not suppose to be unless you grind your teeth.