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Why Your Teeth Suffer When You Get Insomnia


Posted on 2/27/2018 by Crossroads Family Dental
Insomnia Crossroads Family Dental IN 46375-1360Not many people know that insomnia can actually cause harm to your teeth. Not getting enough sleep is a bad thing and you need to make sure that you are protecting yourself in the end when it comes to not only getting enough sleep, but also making sure that your teeth are also in the best shape that they can be in. This is a must for one and all.

Why Insomnia is Actually Bad for Your Teeth


One of the biggest things that people with insomnia get are bored. When people are bored, they tend to eat everything and anything.

This is something that you need to think about when it comes to your teeth and not being able to sleep. When you get bored, think about doing a puzzle, watching a movie, reading a book, but not munching on foods that could potentially harm your teeth.

Those that have insomnia tend to not have anything to do during those nighttime hours when everyone else is sleeping. When this happens, raiding the fridge and cupboards or even going to stores that are open up all night are options to grab something to eat. While it is not recommended, it is something that many people find comforts them and helps to pass the time.

When they eat during these hours, the oral hygiene that they have might not be the best either. They might fall asleep on the couch after eating a large snack or meal. This means that the brushing is not done and that film is sitting on the outside of the teeth and decay is setting in.

Speak with our dental office today to find out how we are able to help you with all that you need to have done dental wise. We are more than happy to provide the help you need, when you need it so that you can ensure that you are getting the most out of your sleep and dental health.

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