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Quit Mouth Biting, Lip Biting Habit

Cheek Biting – An accident or a habit?

Whether it occurs from inattentive chewing or repetitive stress and/or anxiety behavior, cheek biting occurs with both children and adults. A cheek or mouth bite is a painful experience and can be a health risk if it becomes a regular, body-focused condition. This is known medically as chronic cheek bite keratosis and scientifically as morsicatio buccarum.

In a United States survey of 10,030 people aged up to 17 years, the percentage of real cheek and lip biting was 1.9 percent. Based on research data, this cheek biting and lip biting oral habit affects 750 out of every one million people with females more at risk than males.

Chronic cheek bite keratosis is mostly common in city / urban areas where stress levels tend to be higher.

You are not alone

Approx. 246,920 people suffer every year with a cheek bite.
*Statistical data as of January 2020, with an estimated United States population of 329,228,000

Whatever it is that affects your mouth, you should not have to put up with a lumpy, sore inner mouth lining. There is help just on hand and it’s easy to find the fix to a sore mouth. Let’s put some fun back into your eating and put an end to burning and painful meal times.

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About Quitech

Quit Mouth Biting is an informative course designed to alter the core functioning of your mouth including chewing and mouth posture. We aim to teach and not just tell you what to do. The course is based on research and the daily activities are fun and easy. The lessons are real learning’s from other biters who have successfully quit. We collated the findings of this research and designed new methods to put it into a quit course that we know works. Good luck and have fun!

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