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The ConfiDental – Pack of 5 Moldable Mouth Guard for Teeth Grinding$12.97
Neomen Professional Dental Guard – Upgraded Mouth Guard For Teeth Grinding$12.57
HONEYBULL Mouth Guard for Grinding Teeth [6 Pack]$11.99
Mouth Guard for Grinding Teeth and Clenching Anti Grinding Teeth 8 Pack (s)$19.88
DenTek Professional-Fit, Maximum Protection Dental Guard For Teeth Grinding
DenTek Dental Guard For Nighttime Teeth Grinding$27.23
DenTek Ultimate Dental Guard For Nighttime Teeth Grinding$30.35
TMJ Mouth Guard Nighttime Professional Night Guards$119,911.99
JS Dental Lab Custom Dental Night Guard for TMJ$129.00
Why Should You Use a Mouth Guard for Sleeping
Approximately 10% of adults and 15% of children in the United States experience teeth grinding disorder. It occurs when people grind or clench their teeth while they sleep. Since this happens involuntarily, it can be difficult to stop. However, it can be controlled with the use of a night guard. Similarly, many people (and their partners) lose sleep due to chronic snoring. Snoring can be very disruptive to both you and your sleep partner. Severe snoring may also indicate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or other more serious conditions. Although there is no cure for snoring, the use of a mouth guard can go a long way to reducing the level of snoring and thus can make a good difference to your sleep partner’s sleep.
When some people unconsciously clench their teeth while sleeping, it can cause them to chip or break. It can also damage fillings and may make teeth sensitive due to excessive enamel wear. Teeth grinding can lead to tension headaches and even chronic headaches. one cause of TMJ is bruxism because the pressure of grinding teeth can negatively affect the muscles, nerves and ligaments around the jaw. The pain caused by teething disorder and TMJ often leads to discomfort during sleep. Ultimately, this can affect the quality of your sleep.
Over time, chronic snoring can lead to further complications for you in addition to the effects of poor sleep quality for your sleep partner. These complications include daytime sleepiness and fatigue, mood swings and anger, difficulty concentrating on work, and a higher risk of being involved in a vehicle or workplace accident.
A mouthguard for sleeping is a thin, clear device that is worn on the biting surfaces of the teeth while sleeping. In this way, the upper and lower rows of teeth do not rub against each other. And while some mouthguards are designed to prevent your tongue from falling into the back of your throat or fitting inside your mouth, pushing your jaw forward to open your airway can prevent snoring.