Japan’s Okayama University recently conducted a study on young and middle-aged people and found that people who grind their teeth while sleeping usually consume less dietary fiber than the average person. (Reposted from Okayama University Twitter @okayama_uni)
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]A Japanese university team recently conducted research on young and middle-aged people and found that people who grind their teeth while sleeping usually consume less dietary fiber than ordinary people. Increasing the intake of dietary fiber has the opportunity to improve the condition of teeth grinding and avoid adverse effects such as tooth loss and periodontal disease deterioration.
According to Japanese media“Kyodo”According to reports, a team from Okayama University in Japan recently published findings in the Swiss journal “Journal of Clinical Medicine” that there may be a relationship between dietary fiber intake and teeth grinding during sleep. The team said that the higher the intake of dietary fiber, the higher the quality of sleep, and poor sleep quality can easily lead to teeth grinding.
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The team investigated the relationship between the intake of 35 nutrients and teeth grinding among people aged 18 to 32. The results showed that people who grind their teeth while sleeping generally consume less dietary fiber than the general population. Dietary fiber is the only nutrient associated with teeth grinding.according to“Ministry of Health and Welfare” The published article stated that unrefined whole grains contain more dietary fiber, which can improve health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Whole grains include brown rice, oats, sweet potatoes, and various legumes.
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