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... that sells GrindAlert. I have left email messages and also messages on the phone with no results. I don't give up easily. I really think the GrindAlert concept makes sense. ... (11 replies)
... I've posted a previous thread on Grindalert in the past. Do a search for GrindAlert and you'll find it. But to sum up, I never had any problem getting through to them. ... (11 replies)
GrindAlert Update
Mar 29, 2005
... I ordered it off the grindalert website. We're not allowed to post links to other websites on here. Just do a search for "grindalert" and you'll find the website. ... (6 replies)

GrindAlert Update
Mar 29, 2005
... Well, I tried my GrindAlert for the first time last night and let me tell you how amazing it feels to wake up without a sore jaw for the first time in at least a year! ... (6 replies)
... I purchased it last summer (see my thread entitled 'grindalert' or 'home biofeedback device') and while the idea is good, it hasn't really reduced my grinding. In addition, there are numerous product defects that have yet to be resolved (I called the company BEFORE my 30 days were up, was promised that they would send out a pre-paid mailing package, and it never happened. ... (11 replies)
... care Grindalert but really would like to hear a personal testimonial from someone who has tried this or another biofeedback device. ... (11 replies)
... Me and my wife never tried Grindalert, but we did try the Oralsensor biofeedback device. These audio alarm biofeedback devices may work for the first little while, but it appears that one quickly becomes accustomed to the beeping, learning to grind through the alarm. Personally, the way we circumvented this problem was for me to stay up all night listening for the beeping,... (11 replies)
... I have not personally tried the Grindalert but I know of a few people who have and it did not work for any of them. If I were you, I would save my money. ... (11 replies)
GrindAlert Update
Apr 16, 2005
... months in, how do you like the GrindAlert product. It's something I'm considering, but there's very little discussion of results anywhere. ... (6 replies)
GrindAlert Update
Mar 29, 2005
... Glad it's helping you... I had the same response after the first few nights, but after a few months and still no reduction in grinding (guess my jaw doesn't listen to my subconscious, or at least reason that if it doesn't move I'll get more sleep) I have my doubts. In addition, the mechanical device began to act up shortly after purchase (beep randomly and not shut off when... (6 replies)
... Has anyone tried grindalert? If so has it worked, and how long did it take to get it. I ordered it 2 weeks ago excited to give it a try, and I still haven't recieved it. Also has anyone had any trouble with the brux-care corp.? They never answer the phone or return my messages/e-mails. They seem a little shady and I'm considering disputing my credit card charge from them.... (11 replies)
Grindalert
Dec 27, 2004
... I am bumping up this thread. I would be interested to know if anyone else has tried the GrindAlert and what your experience has been. ... (5 replies)
Grindalert
Aug 12, 2004
... feel your temple muscles when you clench and see if they move. Grindalert may help, at any rate, because you may grind when you sleep. ... (5 replies)
Grindalert
Aug 10, 2004
... There was a thread about GrindAlert, a homebiofeedback device that's designed to reduce bruxing, but it disappeared. So thought I'd put my 2 cents in: I bought it about 2 weeks ago, so it's still very new, but so far it seems to work ok. The main problems I've encountered are: 1. I inadvertantly turn it off in my sleep when it begins to beep, mistaking it for an alarm... (5 replies)
... The GrindAlert is an electronic device you wear as a headband. It has sensors on the forehead and temple muscles that can tell when you are clenching. ... (6 replies)
... There are a few threads about biofeedback, and the grindalert device - one was titled: brux-care Grindalert another: Anyone tried Grind Alert?? another: home biofeedback device Basically no one has said that it's helped or been successful, only that it keeps them up at night so they wake up tired and unrested. There have also been complaints about the company (it's not... (14 replies)
... I currently have an acrylic nightguard, which of course doesn't help the TMJ, but protects my teeth from being ground down to nubs. I've tried muscle relaxers (amytriptyline and flexeril), which some say have helped, so I suppose it depends on the person, but I tend to sleep very heavily anyway and it just knocked me out - I still ground though, just was less aware of it and... (7 replies)
... There is a product callled Grindalert. I think I need to get one. The other night for the first time I was clenching so hard it woke me up. I had read about how much pressure we exert but to actualy feel it was extremely alarming - it was as though I was going to split a tooth in half. I'm undergoing NM splint treatment and when I told the dentist he said it was most... (2 replies)
... Hi Mainegirl, I wanted to try the biofeedback night guard but can't find it anywhere. Do you know the names of some products similar to the oralsensor? I think the makers of the oralsensor are out of business. Tx (10 replies)
... Yes, its the Grindalert. I have heard some complaints also but I think they are from people who don't really understand how its supposed to work. I used to have the biofeedback night-guard that worked OK but I hated having it in my mouth all night and waking up with wet pillows from drooling. The complaints are mostly from people that think they are supposed to be woken... (10 replies)




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