Legal psychoactive substances as risk factors for sleep-related bruxism: a nationwide Finnish Twin Cohort study.

@article{Rintakoski2013LegalPS,
  title={Legal psychoactive substances as risk factors for sleep-related bruxism: a nationwide Finnish Twin Cohort study.},
  author={Katariina Rintakoski and Jaakko M Kaprio},
  journal={Alcohol and alcoholism},
  year={2013},
  volume={48 4},
  pages={487-94}
}
AIMS Different psychoactive factors including alcohol, coffee and tobacco, are considered as risk factors for bruxism. Often, heavy drinking and generous intake of coffee are correlated with smoking. Interactions between these agents may confound studies. The aim was to investigate the possible independent effects of drinking alcohol and coffee consumption on the occurrence of bruxism. METHODS Data derived from the Finnish Twin Cohort study consisting of 12,502 twin individuals (45.6% men, 54… CONTINUE READING

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