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Do you want more sleep?   Yes! I need more sleep.

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  1. Stephanie Raffaele says

    It is also important to keep your mouth as moist as possible by drinking plenty of water.

    • Debbye @ The Baby Sleep Site says

      Great tip! Thanks @Stephanie! : )

  2. Candice says

    My 2 year old grinds his teeth in the daytime and night he does it while he is playing but not in his sleep he just does it throughout the entire day. It’s driving me nuts what could be the problem and what can I do

    • Janelle Reid says

      Hi @Candice – Oof! I am sorry you are going through this with your toddler! The information in the article while geared towards sleep could be applied to the wakeful hours as well, so I would consider bringing him to a pediatric dentist to see if they have any suggestions. Hopefully it’s just a developmental thing he will grow out of, but at least the dentist can rule anything out so you are not worried. I hope you’re able to find and answer, let us know how everything turns out!