Most people probably grind and clench their from time to time. Occasional grinding, medically called, does not usually cause harm, but when grinding occurs on a regular basis the teeth can be damaged and other complications can arise. Why Do People Grind Their Teeth? Although teeth grinding can be caused by stress and, it often occurs during and is more likely caused by an abnormal bite or missing or. It can also be caused by a such as. How Do I Find Out if I Grind My Teeth? Because grinding often occurs during, most people are unaware that they grind their teeth. However, a dull, constant or sore jaw when you wake up is a telltale symptom of bruxism. Many times people learn that they grind their teeth by their loved one who hears the grinding at night. If you suspect you may be, talk to
Why are humans? Why do we exist? We all ponder this question. If youБre reading this blog right now, youБve certainly pondered this questionБand perhaps youБre hoping for some answers. When renowned evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins (1976) famously utilized this child-like question (Why are humans? ) to introduce his landmark piece, The Selfish, the answer was embedded in the context itself. You see, The Selfish Gene was clearly an expose on the of evolution. So the question of БWhy are humans? Б was answered for readers immediately. The answer is this: Evolution. Humans, like all life forms, are products of evolutionary forces. And this fact and its implications has dramatic implications for helping us understand the world and our place in it. Evolution is why you exist, why I
Wisdom teeth (or third molars) are a bit of a mystery. Why would we be given teeth that, in most cases, just end up being pulled? WhileP Pare something modern humans have come to dread, there is a reason why we have them and it dates back to our early ancestors. A Wise Tooth. Thousands of Years Ago Our earliest ancestors survived on a diet of raw meat, nuts, roots, berries, and leaves. Cro-Magnon man didn t have the luxury of using knives to cut and prepare his food and cooking his meat wasn t even thought of then. Chewing these tough, coarse, and rugged foods required a broader jaw and strong molarsincluding the wisdom teeth. Having all three was vital in order for our ancestors to be able to eat the foods necessary for survival. The larger jaw that was common in our ancestors easily
For most British households, Christmas still means roast turkey and all the trimmings. The turkey remains hugely popular in this country more than 10 million are eaten at Christmas every year. But why do we eat turkey in particular? Is there a specific reason? And how long have we been cooking them for our Christmas meal? Find out right here. When did we first start eating turkeys at Christmas? Turkeys were first brought into Britain in the 1520s. At that time, people would eat boar s head, goose or even peacock at Christmas; it has been claimed that Henry VIII was the first person in Britain to eat turkey for his Christmas meal. By 1573, farmer Thomas Tusser noted that turkeys had started being served at English Christmas dinners, but that goose and capon - a castrated rooster - remained
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) Americans are expected to spend. Superheroes, princesses, Batman and animals are expected to be the kid top-sellers. Dressing up has been a tradition for generations, but how did it all get started? Let me dispel one of the most common misconceptions it wasn t to scare off evil spirits, said Lisa Morton, author of Trick or Treat: A History of Halloween. Halloween dates back 2,000 years ago, when the Celts celebrated Samhain, or the beginning of winter. It was cold, dark, dangerous and you couldn t see, people thought the spirits were out, said Lesley Pratt Bannatyne, author of Halloween: An American Holiday, An American History. But both authors say that is not when people started dressing up. Over the next several hundred years, costumes were common for many holidays.
Those hanging up their stockings by the chimney with care in hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there may not know that the tale that inspired the cheerful Christmas stockings tradition is pretty dark. The story begins with a nobleman who lost his wife after she died from a long and painful illness. The widower was left to raise their three daughters alone, and he soon ran out of money because of some bad investments. [Got a question? and we'll look for an expert who can crack it. ] At the time, women without a dowry were unable to marry, and as a result may have had to enter into prostitution just to make a living. The impoverished father and his daughters were fearful of what would become of them. A former monk named Sinter Klaus, who was also known as St. Nicholas and is the real
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Unfortunately, it has become very common to find malicious Chrome extensions, poorly designed extensions, or extension monetization that causes Google Chrome to use up too much CPU or memory on a computer. This can cause the Chrome and the Windows to become slow, freeze, or crash. When this occurs, if you look in the Windows Task Manager you will see that chrome is using a lot of CPU or memory as shown below. Thankfully, Google has included in Chrome a utility called the Chrome Task Manager that allows you to see how much memory and CPU a particular Chrome process, extension, and web page is using. This can then be used to find problematic extensions or web pages that should be uninstalled or avoided. ...
When Do Acid Reflux Symptoms Occur? When lying down, especially on your back People who have frequent acid reflux symptoms most often experience them at night. Nighttime GERD also produces the most pain. However, the level of pain does not always indicate the degree of damage to your esophagus. More than half of all women experience heartburn during. Increased hormones and pressure from a growing can combine to produce this acid reflux symptom. In most cases, heartburn improves or completely goes away after delivery. What Makes Acid Reflux Symptoms Worse? Certain foods can make the symptoms of acid reflux worse for some people. ...
Many of you may be enjoying eating Easter chocolate this weekend, but where does this tradition come from? Easter is a Christian festival that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Bible says that Christ died on the cross on a day called Good Friday, which this year falls on 30 March. Then he resurrected and came back to life on Easter Sunday. This is the most important day in the Christian calendar. Easter is on different dates each year, between 21 March and 25 April, depending on when there's a full moon in Spring. Many Christians will spend time at church in thought, prayer and celebration of Jesus Christ's life, and may get together with friends and family for a special meal. There are also some more modern traditions to mark Easter which are very common - such as Easter