Some people just like to have something to chew on. For whatever reason you find yourself chewing on ice, it is a habit you need to break.
Chewing on ice can cause: Chipped and cracked teeth; damaged enamel; sore jaw muscles; damage to dental work such as crowns, fillings, or other appliances.
If you find yourself still wanting to chew on something, here are a few alternatives to ice: baby carrots, celery sticks, sugar-free (xylitol) gum.
We know you need to chill sometimes, but chomping down your entire glass of ice is not the way to do it.
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Hey, chewing ice might be a habit of some people. I’m stuck with chewing chewing-gum. In our school time it was perceived as cool and I got in the trend. Now it’s one of my habits and I don’t seem to break it no matter what I try. For this reason I’ve kept my children away from chewing-gum. Can you please tell me how to break this habit?
11 September 2017