One of the best products available for improving sleep is the CustMbite Nightguard. If you experience non-restful sleep because you or your spouse suffer from TMJ, bruxism, or other mouth or jaw ailments, you need the easy-to-use CustMbite Nightguard. This customizable sleep guard can prevent painful tooth grinding or clenching. This can lead to better sleep for both the person who suffers from jaw problems and their spouse. A good night’s sleep is essential if you want to be clear, productive, and energetic during the day. Read on to find out how to reach your objectives to help sleep better with the CustMbite Nightguard.
The Detrimental Effects of Losing Sleep
There are a number of negative effects when you don’t sleep for a full seven to eight hours each night. You may have a hard time with concentration and suffer from both short- and long-term memory issues. Mood changes can cause you to be erratic and your temper can flare up more easily, which is no treat for the people around you.
Long-term sleep loss can lead to more serious complications including an increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, and weight gain. If you're trying to lose weight to deal with any of these conditions, better sleep can make a difference.
Other side effects of poor sleep can include a lower sex drive and poor balance. Driving while overly drowsy can be as dangerous as driving drunk. According to the National Highway Safety Administration, about 100,000 car crashes each year are caused by fatigue, as are 1,550 deaths annually. That doesn’t even count the accidents at work or in the home. Obviously, proper sleep habits are crucial for your health.
How to Improve Sleep Habits
There are many things you can do to sleep better at night. The following checklist for better sleep includes things you or your spouse can do to help both of you sleep better at night. The fact is, if one of you sleeps poorly, the other one will likely suffer as well.
Sleep in a dark room
Avoid eating two hours before bed
Drink milk – whether warm or cold
Avoid screen time or stressful tasks an hour before bedtime
Go to sleep at the same time each night
Keep your bedroom temperature cool (under 75º)
Avoid alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine before bedtime
For bruxism or TMJ sleep, wear CustMbite Nightguard
Practice a relaxation technique or meditation just before bedtime
While you and your spouse can benefit from these tips, each person or couple develops their own sleep routines. If it helps you to perform your sleep preparation activities in a certain order, by all means, do so. But if you notice that you are not as alert as you would like to be, lack of quality sleep could be the culprit and the tips above are recognized for their benefits in helping people sleep better.
How to Sleep Better with TMJ or Bruxism
TMJ can be caused by inflammation from arthritis, a jaw injury, or overuse. Some of the signs that you have TMJ include ear or jaw pain, difficulty chewing, and clicking of your jaw joint. Because your jaw can slide back and forth, your teeth can grind together during sleep without your being aware of it. Bruxism refers to a condition in which you gnash, grind, or clench your teeth during sleep or even when you’re awake. The causes include stress, anxiety disorders, and misaligned teeth.
During the day, it can be difficult to control your teeth grinding or clenching, but you can learn to be aware and stop whenever you notice yourself doing so. At night it’s a different story. That’s why it’s best to use a sleep mouthguard. There are plenty of mouth guards for sleep available in the market, but the CustMbite Nightguard has some specific advantages over other products of this type.
The CustMbite Nightguard is thin and comfortable. It is easily customized to fit your teeth, taking only a couple of minutes and without the need for a dentist to make an impression first. A microwave, a bowl of cold water, and less than five minutes is all you need. And if you have dental work or something else changes the configuration of your teeth, you can remold your mouthguard for sleep as easily as you molded it the first time.
Where Can I Buy A CustMbite Nightguard?
CustMbite has collaborated with dental professionals to make sure ours is the best mouthguard for a good night’s sleep. They are customized, easy to use, and affordable. Who doesn’t want to get better sleep for less? Being plagued by disorders like TMJ and bruxism doesn’t mean that you have to suffer from loss of sleep. Wearing the CustMbite Nightguard can help improve your sleep quality and reduce some of the symptoms of these ailments. Buy the CustMbite Nightguard today and experience the difference.
Your comfort is our highest priority.
Sleep comfortably with CustMbite. Bruxism and TMJ disorder, both often caused by teeth grinding or clenching during sleep, can cause many problems, including jaw discomfort, headaches, and sleep disruption.
With CustMbite, you can rest assured knowing that our nightguard was created specifically with your comfort in mind. Our patented Vistamaxx™ material will provide a snug and secure fit to your teeth, so not only will they be protected from grinding and clenching, you'll also sleep comfortable every night.