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Hypnotism has been used to treat clenching or teeth grinding successfully in some cases.
There are few studies to prove this point.
However, there is still no large scale clinical study to prove the efficacy of hypnotism.
Hence, there is no general recommendation for this mode of therapy.
However, hypnotism does not require any medication, involves strategies changing the behavioral aspects causing clenching.
Hence, this is worthwhile to consider as an option.
Hence, you can look for a qualified hypnotist in this field.