Did you know that bruxism can contribute to sleep apnea? Disrupted sleep can lead to fatigue, headaches, moodiness, and other health issues. Wearing a night guard can potentially help improve sleep patterns.
Some night guards are designed to position the jaw in a way that can help reduce snoring. By keeping the airway open and improving breathing, a night guard may offer some relief for snorers.
Night mouth guards can help alleviate jaw pain and discomfort associated with Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorders. TMJ is a common disorder and can cause facial and jaw pain, headaches, clicking and popping of the jaw, and more.