Sustancias psicoactivas legales como factores de riesgo para el bruxismo relacionado con el sueño

28-04-2017

El objetivo de este estudio es investigar los posibles efectos del alcohol y el café en el bruxismo, para lo cual los investigadores utilizaron la información de más de 12.000 individuos sobre el consumo de estas sustancias y la enfermedad. El OR para la ingesta de más de 8 tazas de café al día fue de 1,4 con un intervalo de confianza del 95 % (1,01 – 1,98). Los investigadores concluyeron que hay una asociación independiente entre el consumo de café y el bruxismo.

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