Risk factors for sleep bruxism in the general population.

@article{Ohayon2001RiskFF,
  title={Risk factors for sleep bruxism in the general population.},
  author={Maurice M. Ohayon and K. K. Li and C Guilleminault},
  journal={Chest},
  year={2001},
  volume={119 1},
  pages={
          53-61
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Sleep bruxism can have a significant effect on the patient's quality of life. It may also be associated with a number of disorders. However, little is known about the epidemiology of sleep bruxism and its risk factors in the general population. DESIGN Cross-sectional telephone survey using the Sleep-EVAL knowledge based system. SETTINGS Representative samples of three general populations (United Kingdom, Germany, and Italy) consisting of 158 million inhabitants. PARTICIPANTS… 

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