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103 Possible Causes for Bruxism, Graves Disease

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    […] effects) Clinical manifestations of psychostimulant toxicity acute toxicity cardiovascular CNS agitation, panic states, paranoia, euphoria, hallucinations and psychosis, bruxism[] Acute Complications - Neurological Movement disorders - Increased muscle tone or repetitive movements e.g. bruxism/choreoathetoid movement - Treat with PO/VIV benzodiazepines[] General Diaphoresis Malnourishment, on average methamphetamine users have lower BMI Disheveled appearance Head, eyes, ears, nose, throat Minimally reactive mydriasis Bruxism[]

  • Parkinson's Disease

    Many of these did not report new or personally observed cases, did not separate Parkinson's disease from other disease entities characterized by both "shaking" and "palsy"[] Many of these did not report new or personally observed cases, did not separate Parkinson's disease from other disease entities characterized by both “shaking” and “palsy”[] […] and 1829), Elliotson (1827, 1829, 1830, 1831, and 1833), Gowry (1831), anonymous (1832), Todd (1833), Watson (1836), Gibson (1839), Hall (1838 and 1841), Thompson (1842), Graves[]

  • Caffeine

    Marcin Berger, Monika Litko, Michał Ginszt, Hassan Alharby, Jacek Szkutnik, Piotr Majcher and Jolanta Szymańska, Use of common stimulants and awake bruxism – a survey study[]

  • Huntington's Disease

    Its third peculiarity is its coming on, at least as a grave disease, only in adult life.[] Bruxism in Huntington’s disease. Mov Disord 2000; 15(1): 171–3 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 101. Beal MF, Ferrante RJ.[] Michael Behr, Sebastian Hahnel, Andreas Faltermeier, Ralf Bürgers, Carola Kolbeck, Gerhard Handel and Peter Proff, The two main theories on dental bruxism, Annals of Anatomy[]

  • Down Syndrome

    […] a greater resistance to tooth decay, despite decreased quantities of saliva, less effective oral hygiene habits, and higher plaque indexes.Higher rates of tooth wear and bruxism[] As children with DS age, their risk for thyroid autoimmunity manifested as autoimmune hypothyroidism or Graves disease increases.[] Abstract Background The approach to the clinical management of Graves' disease (GD) is debatable. This study aimed to identify predictors of remission in pediatric GD.[]

  • Insomnia

    Destructive bruxism: sleep stage relationship. Sleep 1988;11:172-181. PubMed Google Scholar 121. Mayer G, Wilde-Frenz J, Kurella B.[] Her medical history is unremarkable other than a past history of Gravesdisease. She has been treated with levothyroxine for the past 15 years. How should Ms.[] Sleep bruxism: a comprehensive overview for the dental clinician interested in sleep medicine. Dent Clin North Am 2012;56:387-413. PubMed Google Scholar 120.[]

  • Periodontitis

    The most common causes of periodontal disease are: Poor oral hygiene Smoking Diabetes Medications Bruxism Nutrition Stress Genetics View a brief animated video on periodontitis[] Genco, Periodontal disease and diabetes mellitus, International Textbook of Diabetes Mellitus, (988-1004), (2015). George W. Taylor, Dana T. Graves and Ira B.[] Category dental problems Abfraction Abrasion Ankylosis Anodontia Attrition Broken fillings Bruxism (Teeth Grinding) Canker sore (aphthous ulcer) Cavity (tooth decay) Cold[]

  • Autoimmune Hypophysitis

    As autoimmune etiologies were likely involved in the disorders, autoimmune hypophysitis associated with Graves' disease was arrived at as the plausible diagnosis.[] Links Follow Astm bronsic la copii Internal Links Follow Autism Internal Links Follow Bronsiolita la copii Internal Links Follow Bronsite la copii Internal Links Follow Bruxism[] Some autoimmune diseases, such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, Gravesdisease, and systemic lupus erythematosus are common, with an estimated population[]

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    […] sleeping with or without a maxillary mucosa-supported complete denture (CD) in edentulous patients wearing a mandibular fixed implant-supported CD on sleep quality, sleep bruxism[] This may occur due to hyperfunctioning nodules or a thyroid goiter, Graves' disease, or thyroiditis.[] Symptoms of OSAHS 1 Snoring 2 Apneic pauses ie..choking, gasping, snoring during the night 3 Restless sleep and increased body movements 4 Bruxism (nocturnal tooth grinding[]

  • Psychosomatic Disorder

    Read this article too: Three Home Remedy Solutions for Bruxism Why is bruxism a psychosomatic disorder?[] Somatoform illness is further classified as follows: Hypochondriasis: This is a condition in which the person believes a minor physical symptom to be a grave disease.[] Or it could last for several years if you’re dealing with chronic bruxism.[]

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