- Suppressed anger or frustration.
- Anxiety, stress or tension.
- Aggressive, competitive or hyperactive personality type.
- Abnormal alignment of upper and lower teeth (malocclusion).
- Changes that occur during sleep cycles.
- Response to pain from an earache or teething (in children).
- Growth and development of the jaws and teeth (for children).
- Complication resulting from a disorder, such as Huntington's disease or Parkinson's disease.
- An uncommon side effect of some psychiatric medications, including certain antidepressants.
- Sensitive teeth.
- A sore, tired jaw.
- Loose teeth.
- Clicking sounds when you open your mouth.
- Dull headaches.
- Neck aches.
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