Especially was this apparent in his sleep, when he suffered paroxysms of lawless dreams, groaning and muttering, clenching
his fists, grinding his teeth, twisting with muscular tensions, his face writhing with passions and violences, his throat guttering with terrible curses that rasped and aborted on his lips.
I'm going to hurry,' said Claire, clenching
her fists as two simultaneous bursts of song, in different keys and varying tempos, proceeded from the dining-room and kitchen.
She released herself and clenching
her little hand, struck him with right good will.
By dint of roaring at the top of his voice under a flaring gaslight, clenching
his fists, knitting his brows, setting his teeth, and pounding with his arms, he had taken so much out of himself by this time, that he was brought to a stop, and called for a glass of water.
The girl who, under the influence of these words, had gradually risen in anger and heightened in colour, answered, raising her lustrous black eyes for the moment, and clenching
her hand upon the folds it had been puckering up, 'I'd die sooner
I tell you,' said the man: clenching
his hands, and stamping furiously on the floor,--'I tell you I won't have her put into the ground.
At all events he went on with much greater firmness and force of emphasis: though with a curious disposition to set his teeth, and with a curious tight-screwing movement of his right hand in the clenching
palm of his left, like the action of one who was being physically hurt, and was unwilling to cry out.
They can be treated because they are most likely caused by clenching
your teeth whilst you are sleeping and occasionally throughout the day.
According to Delta Dental Plans Association (DDPA), an increase in stress, such as that due to a tumultuous stock market, can cause teeth clenching
and grinding, known as bruxism, a condition that can lead to worn down and broken teeth and jaw, neck and head pain.
Three minutes later, he began breathing heavily, writhing, clenching
his teeth and straining to lift his head.
Researchers believe that clenching
the right fist activates the part of the brain that stores memories and clenching
the left triggers an area that retrieves information.
can lead to headaches, deterioration of teeth and even teeth being worn down to the jaw bone.