The Healing Crystals for Teeth Grinding

By Felicia Eisnnicher •  5 min read

This article talks about teeth grinding, its causes, symptoms, treatments, and the best crystals for healing teeth grinding problems.

Teeth grinding is self-explanatory. It is a condition in which you’re grinding or clenching your teeth. In medical terms, it is known as bruxism. There are 2 types of teeth grinding:

  • Awake Bruxism: Unconsciously grinding your teeth when you’re awake
  • Sleep Bruxism: Grinding or clenching your teeth during sleep

Grinding your teeth while you sleep is considered a sleep-related movement disorder. And because grinding happens during sleep, most individuals are unaware that they’re grinding their teeth in their sleep.

Mild grinding may not require treatment. However, for chronic, severe ones, it can lead to complications and other problems if left untreated.

The signs and symptoms of teeth grinding are:

  • Sleep disruption
  • Loud teeth grinding or clenching that wake up your sleep partner
  • Increased tooth sensitivity or pain
  • Fractured, flattened, loose, or chipped teeth
  • Tight or fatigued jaw muscles
  • Worn tooth enamel that exposes deeper layers of the tooth
  • A locked jaw that will not completely close or open
  • Damage from chewing on the inside of the cheek
  • Dull headache starting in the temples
  • Pain that feels like an earache, although it is actually not a problem with your ear
  • Face, neck, or jaw soreness or pain

The causes of teeth grinding are not always clear. However, it is usually linked to emotional and psychological factors such as anxiety, stress, as well as sleep burdens.

In addition, teeth grinding can also be a side effect of certain types of medications. Particularly, bruxism is sometimes associated with SSRI or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors which is a type of antidepressant.

Experts also said that if you have a sleep disorder such as sleep paralysis, OSA (obstructive sleep apnea), or snoring, you are more likely to grind or clench your teeth while you sleep.

Other factors that can make bruxism worse are smoking, drinking alcohol, having lots of caffeinated drinks, or using recreational drugs such as cocaine and ecstasy.

To treat teeth grinding, dentists usually recommend wearing a mouth splint guard to reduce the sensation of clenching or grinding your teeth. Also, they help in preventing tooth wear and reducing pain. Other treatments include sleep hygiene and muscle-relaxation exercises. For those suffering from anxiety and stress, CBT or cognitive behavioral therapy is also advisable.  

In addition to the above-mentioned treatments, crystal therapy can also prove helpful in easing teeth grinding by easing emotional and psychological problems as well as influencing physical factors such as relaxing the jaw or mouth.

Here are some of the best crystals for healing teeth grinding.

Crystals For Healing Teeth Grinding


crystals for healing teeth grinding

Jet is a potent crystal in relieving the jaw muscles and helping reduce any inflammation that has occurred because of teeth grinding. It can help relax the mouth at night and prevent teeth grinding as well as speeding up the healing process of complications of teeth grinding.

To use the jet for easing teeth grinding, you can simply place it in your mouth in the evening. Remove it before you go to sleep and place it under your pillow instead. This way, you can still benefit from its vibrational energies as you sleep.

Now, when teeth grinding causes actual pain and discomfort, then you can wear this crystal as a pendant or crystal throughout the day. Also, you can take 5 – 9 drops of jet essence or 200ml of jet water before going to bed.

Kunzite + Sugilite


The combination of kunzite and sugilite is highly effective for stopping teeth grinding that is because of emotional tension. Both stones are popular for their relaxing and soothing effects.

Kunzite can make it easier for you to accept things that can’t be changed. Sugilite, on the other hand, can help in maintaining a regular relaxed mood, despite resistance and problems. Not only that, both stones can actually alleviate nerve pain that usually accompanies teeth grinding.

You want to place kunzite and sugilite (one at a time) in your mouth at night and placing them under your pillow when it’s time to sleep. You can also take 5 – 9 drops of gem essence or 200 ml of gem water before going to bed.


Magnesite is a potent relaxant that eases tensed jaw muscles and decreases the tendency to grind teeth during the night and when sleeping.

Emotionally, this crystal offers a soothing and calming effect on the body which not only helps stop teeth grinding but also reduces anxiety and loud mind noises at night, so you can sleep better. Furthermore, it has the ability to encourage patience and increasing your capacity to deal with emotional stress.

To use magnesite, you simply need to place t in your mouth at night and place it under your pillow before going to bed. For nerve pains associated with teeth grinding, consider wearing it as a pendant or crystal to facilitate healing and ease pain.

Final Thoughts

Teeth grinding can be annoying, especially if you’re lying next to someone who does it. Not only that, but teeth grinding can also have some serious complications if left untreated. Fortunately, the best crystals for healing teeth grinding can help put an end to this and allow you to have a good night’s sleep and waking up without a sore jaw or mouth.

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Felicia Eisnnicher

I am the Lead Author and Editor at Gemstagram. I am responsible for creating and editing content about the power of gems and crystals. I also teach about self-knowing, self-understanding and personal empowerment through numerology. My mission is to help people understand the power of gems and crystals, and how they can use that power to improve their lives. I believe that by understanding ourselves better, we can become more empowered individuals who are able to create our own destiny.

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