I had a sleep-over with my DD at my grandparents house last night, so we slept in the same bed. I notice half-way through the night that she was grinding her teeth! It has been a bit of a stressful period for her (I was in hospital for 3 weeks recently) and I'm wondering if it could be a stress thing??
She said she had a good sleep, and didn't have any nightmares when I asked her in the morning, but I'm really worried about it. Has anyone else experienced this with their children before?
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21-11-2015 15:02 #1Junior Member
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My 6 year old was grinding her teeth last night!
21-11-2015 15:05 #2
If it isn't related to the stress you could try worming her. Grinding teeth can be a sign of worms.
21-11-2015 20:10 #3Senior Member
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Worms. My eldest grinds Hus teeth, worming seems to stop it
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