What is causing your 1989 Buick Electra Park Avenue to not start and make a grinding noise after hitting a flooded street hard?
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What is a high pitch grinding sound that last for a second is that the coil?
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Why do you get pain on the side of my calve when I run?
One possible answer is your foot is hitting the ground. If your foot is hitting the ground at an sideways angle (i.e. the outside or inside sides of your foot are hitting the ground first) then it could put strain on your feet and calves causing pain. The best way to fix it is to get new shoes (some stores have machines that can find good shoes to fix the problem) or to go to an orthopedist.
Is there a way to stop grinding your teeth at night?
You cannot stop 'nocturnal bruxism' or grinding your teeth at night, but you can get a night guard; an appliance that will allow your teeth to 'skate' instead of engaging with each other causing TMJ pain, neck pain jaw pain, and in some instances abcesses! (sometimes grinding on a particular tooth can irritate the periodontal membrane, causing it to thicken. When this happens, the tooth sits up higher (micromillimeters) in the jaw causing you to keep 'hitting it' when you grind, thus irritating it even more. Sometimes that will cause a further breakdown of the ligament causing an abcess, or irritation of the nerve inside the tooth, resulting in needing a root canal. So a night guard is a very good investment!!! Find a reputable dentist and schedule an appointment today! The above post was excellent, but wanted to add, yes, in time you can learn to stop grinding your teeth. The above poster is correct that you can't correct what you do in your sleep, but grinding one's teeth is a form of stress from the day. Take up Yoga or other relaxing exercises even if it means going to sleep with soothing music to listen too. It's a bruxing guard you will need and as the above poster said if you don't correct this soon you'll be dealing with TMJ. Many people have this problems and it's always related to stress. Tgdan: It seems that most bruxism is indeed stress related, but this is not always the case. When stress is not the cause relaxation techniques will be of no benefit sadly. For example those with a pre-existing sleep disorder (most notably obstuctive sleep apnoea) are at greater risk of bruxism. Those with a high intake of caffiene and alcohol as well as smokers are also at greater risk.