Because of the habit of biting a stiff jaw?
Q: I’m a woman in my mid-20s. My chin is usually stiff. I have a habit of clenching my teeth, is that why?
What should I do when I feel stiff? Do you think I’ll be okay if I massage you? What are some of the ways?
How strong does this evil force have to be in the habit to bite the teeth? If I clench my teeth, does it make a square jaw?
A: The habit of clenching your teeth makes your jaw stiff. In this case, it’s good to use a hot wet towel or a pack to massage.
This is called clenching your teeth if your muscles are tense when you bite unconsciously 비아그라 파는곳
If you already have stiff jaws, worn teeth, or rectangular sides of your face, you should be careful not to get worse here.
Long-term clenching can cause a square jaw. After visiting the university hospital for a thorough examination, you can fix these habits and wear preventive devices to some extent. Don’t worry too much if that’s the case once or twice. If that happens many times, visit the university hospital for counseling.