2018
DOI: 10.1590/2446-4740.06617
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Abstract: Introduction: Sleep Bruxism (SB) is a non-functional rhythmic movement of the mandible with multifactorial aetiology and complex diagnose. It has been the subject of various studies over the past decades and it is considered a result of actions of the Central Nervous System modulated by Autonomous Nervous System. In this work, we test the hypothesis that SB subjects present a typical and defined neurobehavioral pattern that can be distinct from that of non-bruxers subjects and can be measured during wakefulnes… Show more

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“…Although some authors suggested that probable SB could be associated with anxiety symptoms, conflicting results were observed. Overall, a positive association between definite SB and generic anxiety levels were observed in one study, between probable SB and generic anxiety levels in another one . and with dental anxiety in one study .…”
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“…Although some authors suggested that probable SB could be associated with anxiety symptoms, conflicting results were observed. Overall, a positive association between definite SB and generic anxiety levels were observed in one study, between probable SB and generic anxiety levels in another one . and with dental anxiety in one study .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 71%
“…One study with definite SB and other with probable SB reported that STAI‐1 and STAI‐2 scores were significantly higher among SB participants comparing to controls. Only one study evaluated dental anxiety using the MDAS questionnaire and although no significant differences were observed regarding MDAS total scores, MDAS very anxious or extremely anxious scores were significantly higher among SB individuals …”
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confidence: 99%
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