Because grinding often occurs during sleep, many people are unaware that they grind their teeth. However, there are many signs and symptoms of bruxism, or grinding activity. Better yet, there’s a way to prevent the pain from happening.

Ask Yourself the Following Questions:

  • Do I wake up with a headache?
  • Do I have neck pain?
  • Do I have facial pain?
  • Do I have shoulder pain?
  • Is my jaw sore in the morning?
  • Do my teeth and gums hurt?
  • Do I have dreams about my teeth breaking or falling out?

These are the most common signs of teeth grinding, and the severity of these symptoms can vary.

Ask Others For Help

Next, ask your sleeping partner if you make grinding or clenching noises during sleep. If you’re still unsure that your painful symptoms are a result of teeth grinding, ask your dentist if he or she notices any of the following:

  • Flat teeth
  • Chipped teeth
  • Decayed teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Gum Recession
  • Loose teeth

Other Teeth Grinding Symptoms Include:

  • Migraines
  • Chronic facial pain
  • Upper back pain
  • Eye pain
  • Interrupted sleep or insomnia

If you are grinding your teeth at night, you are not getting a restful sleep. Untreated, the habit of teeth grinding will cause dangerous and lifelong consequences to your health. GrindGuardN is the FDA-approved mouth guard, proven to reduce teeth grinding up to 70 percent. While medicine may alleviate the pain temporarily, you can prevent teeth grinding symptoms and stop the pain before it happens with GrindGuardN.