Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Teeth Grinding and Jaw Clenching. Bruxism, is the grinding or clenching of teeth. It is an unpleasant and widespread problem. Many people do not realize they suffer from bruxism, and they most certainly developed the condition unknowingly. Even though it sounds relatively harmless, grinding your teeth can quickly lead to long term damage and deterioration of your teeth. Nobody wants to end up with bad teeth and poor dental health, so even though teeth grinding might seem like a small thing it is very important to get the help you need to stop bruxism as soon as possible.
“Holding on to anger, resentment and hurt only gives you tense muscles, a headache and a sore jaw from clenching your teeth. Forgiveness gives you back the laughter and the lightness in your life” – Joan Lunden
More About Teeth Grinding.
A number of factors can contribute to bruxism, including anxiety, stress, pain, anger, and frustration, which help to create unconscious thought patterns that lead to grinding your teeth.
Most people don’t realize they suffer from bruxism until their dentist says something about it or they notice some of the more common symptoms of teeth grinding. These include:
- Clenching and/or grinding the teeth while sleeping, often making a distinct noise
- Worn and damaged tooth enamel
- Worn and flattened teeth
- Clicking or pain in the jaw
- Tension in your jaw and face muscles
- Earache due to muscle tension
- Frequent headaches not helped by common pain relievers
- Waking up with tongue indentations
- Ridges of tissue on the inside of your cheek due to the chewing motion of teeth grinding
Years of grinding and clenching can damage your teeth, cause tooth decay and tooth sensitivity, and lead to permanent jaw pain and damage to the jaw point.
Peter Zapfella says, “Compulsive teeth grinding and jaw clenching is not a true ‘addiction’, and treatment is straightforward. The very first thing that needs to be professionally treated is the anxiety, followed by the behaviour.”
Dentist’s favourite treatment for teeth grinding and jaw clenching during sleep is to fit a moulded mouth guard. However a mouth guard worn for many hours every night can reposition the jaw, it can then make the obstruction of the airway worse.
Another practical reason for teeth grinding is to keep the airways open while asleep. In other words teeth, grinding may be an indicator of obstructive sleep apnea,, which is a serious condition. Tensing up the jaw muscles to grind the teeth bounces the body out of deep sleep, as a survival method.
Sleep apnea is known to significantly increase your risk of high blood pressure, stroke, cancer, diabetes, depression, and obesity.
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Now you can listen to these subliminal messages when ready to sleep. Let these gentle and encouraging words, accompanied by gentle sounds of nature guide your unconscious mind into the realms of dreams.
The more these messages are repeated, the more they are uncritically accepted by your deep unconscious. A simple message, repeated many, many times will become a new unconscious belief. However, following one-on-one therapy with Peter Zapfella the results can be miraculous.
Abreactions are strong, often disturbing emotional and even physical reactions to something re-experienced from the past, as if real. An abreaction could re-traumatize rather than achieve the desired healing, particularly if there is no experienced therapist present to ‘rescue’ the patient (when listening to an MP3 at home for example). Our Welcome subliminal messages are abreaction free, you can rest assured you are safe.
When we experience negative experiences and emotions resulting in repeated negative self-talk we imprint our unconscious mind with negativity. As a result self-limiting beliefs are created. These can lead to ‘bad’ habits of behaviour, and so the cycle continues.
Imagine what happens when we replace the negative self-talk and emotions with repeated positive affirmations. New self-empowering thoughts and beliefs can result in ‘good’ habits and behaviours. We have the potential to replace the negativity with positive, resourceful thinking over time.
“Today is the future you created yesterday, and tomorrow you create in your thoughts today. So be inspired by what your unconscious mind thinks … today.” – Peter Zapfella
Subliminal affirmation text;
“You know teeth grinding and jaw clenching can be a sign of anxiety and inability to cope with life’s emotional challenges. The sound of teeth grinding is the most ghastly and awful noise to you. It is abhorrent to you.
You have grown up and grown out of it forever and ever. Teeth grinding is detestable to you, so you no longer do it. Your teeth and jaw are growing more strong and beautiful.
You are now more clear in the mind, more relaxed in the body. You accept everything and everybody because you are more confident. You have greater self-control. The way that you feel is becoming better and better because the burdens have been lifted for ever and ever now that you welcome life beyond teeth grinding and jaw clenching.”
Because our critical analytical conscious mind can ‘filter out’ messages that conflict with existing negative and self-limiting beliefs, we ‘obscure’ the positive Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Teeth Grinding and Jaw Clenching affirmations within masking music and environmental sounds.
You can listen to the Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Teeth Grinding and Jaw Clenching subliminal affirmations almost anytime you choose. Just select either Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Teeth Grinding and Jaw Clenching environmental (‘Gentle Lake Waves’), music (‘Pleasant Guitar and Piano’ or Zumba style ‘Latin Dance’ or binaural beats (‘Anti-Anxiety’, ‘Beta’, ‘Theta’ or ‘seXXX’) appropriate to your mood. When ready to sleep (we recommend either ‘Gentle Lake Waves’ or ‘Theta’), let the Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Teeth Grinding and Jaw Clenching positive words guide your deep unconscious mind into the realms where dreams become reality. Because the Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Teeth Grinding and Jaw Clenching messages are repeated every minute, your unconscious will hear them repeated up to 500 times while you sleep. That’s powerful.
Some people go through life emotionally and psychologically ‘injured’. They are struggling with a load of ‘baggage’ (negative emotions, self-limited beliefs). They can only dream of being free (positive emotions and behaviours). They could listen to the Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Teeth Grinding and Jaw Clenching subliminal affirmations, and over time re-train their deep unconscious mind to think and feel differently. Just how much time varies from one individual to the next, because we all have different past experiences, and our deep unconscious has interpreted those experiences in a unique way.
That is an analogy of how most subliminal affirmation downloads currently available on the Internet work, or perhaps do not work. Peter Zapfella uses his one-on-one therapies to ‘delete’ the negativity attached to memories from the past.
That is why Peter Zapfella suggests you start with one-on-one therapy using Skype @ skypetherapy.pro, The Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Teeth Grinding and Jaw Clenching positive affirmations then point your unconscious in a new resourceful direction, where you can escape all the negativity from the past forever.
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