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We have all felt anxiety—the nervousness before a date, test, competition, presentation—but what exactly is it?


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Lee Trevino Dental is ready to help. Call Us to Schedule An Appointment. The grinding or clenching of teeth can result in pain and wear. Toggle.

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Such stress can lead to panic attacks, which cause the body to react in a certain way. When the body faces high stress levels, the heart will pound harder, blood pressure will increase, and teeth may chatter. Schedule an appointment. Although bruxism is most common at night, while the sufferer is asleep, it can still occur while awake.

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The teeth of bruxism sufferers can break, crack, or wear down. As the year comes to a close, people of all ages begin to face more stress and anxiety. Cold weather and chattering teeth go together like presents under a Christmas tree.

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Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram. Bruxism can actually result in serious damage over time.

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If you feel pain whenever your teeth chatter, you may be facing oral health issues. Bruxism, anxiety, and stress can all result in chattering teeth. All in all, chattering can cause damage to your teeth. Although chattering teeth are commonly associated with cold temperatures, it can also occur under other circumstances.

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If your body drops below the required temperature of This shivering is responsible for your chattering teeth. Although clenching tends to be most commonly associated with bruxism, chattering spasms are common issues as well. Chattering teeth most commonly occur during the cold winter months. Although putting on an extra layer of warm clothing can help satiate the shivers, the chattering may actually reveal an underlying issue.

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If your chattering teeth persist, it may be time to speak to a dentist. This issue can result in pain, wear, and damage.

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Nausea and headaches are commonly associated with panic attacks as well.

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Anxiety and worry are emotions everyone feels at some point.


It's not just fear or worry.


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