What is Bell’s Palsy?

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Bell’s palsy can be a condition that causes sudden impairment in the muscles on the face. As we see in most of the cases, the impairment or weakness is temporary and significantly improves over weeks. When weakness occurs it makes half of the face appear to droop or swelled.

Smiles also not showing properly on the entire face smile looking one-sided, and the eye on the affected side also affected and it resists to close.

Bell’s palsy is an unexplained disease of facial muscle impairment or weakness it’s also called facial paralysis.

It can begin suddenly and increase within 24 or 48  hours, It is recognized as a droopy appearance on one side of face and it’s inability to open or close your eye patient will feel very difficult to open or close eyes on the affected side.

Bell’s palsy  is one type of paralysis that is called facial paralysis that results in a temporary inability or difficulty in controlling the muscles of the face on the affected side of the face.

What causes Bell’s palsy?

As we all know at this time pollution is on our top page so Various viruses may trigger Bell’s palsy. We know very well it’s an era of viruses. The condition of bell’s palsy starts when swelling or inflammation temporarily gives pressure on all nerves that control face muscles.

This pressure does not allow the nerve to function fully, making it more difficult for the patient to control facial muscles or expressions. As the swelling gradually subsides, the nerve can fully resume its function. The symptoms definitely go away but it may take several months to recover.

What are the symptoms of It?

Symptoms of Bell’s palsy often appear suddenly and reach their peak within 24 to 72 hours. In some people these symptoms develop slowly and in some people only feel paralysis.

These symptoms often begin to gradually improve over three weeks. Up to 90% of patients can be completely cured, but if an Ayurvedic treatment is given, then often patients can correct the symptoms within three months.

In addition to facial drooping, signs included:

  • Feeling Difficulty in speaking, eating difficulty  or drinking difficulty.
  • Face Drooling.
  • Dry eyes, eyes not blink.
  • Facial pain or ear pain.
  • Headache so much.
  • Loss of taste or bad test.
  • Ringing in ears (tinnitus), A headache tune( jhin).
  • Sensitivity to sounds

What is the main cause of Bell’s palsy?

Although the cause of Bell’s palsy is unknown, there are different opinions, but it is largely believed that it is caused by inflammation that weakens the body’s immune system.

This disease often occurs due to a deep injury to the brain, such as someone having an accident or a serious head injury, or suddenly colliding with something and causing an internal injury to the brain.

associated with other conditions. Symptoms of facial weakness or paralysis tend to get worse over the first few days and begin to improve in about 3 – 4 weeks.

Can it be cured?

Most people with Bell’s palsy make a full recovery – either with treatment or by exercising on their own without treatment.

There is no one definite treatment. But mostly it is observed that its treatment is 99% possible with Ayurvedic medicines, and also any Ayurveda doctor suggests the patient to exercise along with Ayurvedic medicines. Surgery is not a useful option for it.

How do you recover from Bell’s palsy?

From the very beginning of Bell’s palsy, it can be stopped before it starts by doing facial exercises and daily massage on the face.

This increases the patient’s chance of a full recovery and recovery and If the patient gets its treatment done by an Ayurveda doctor, then he can ask for its compress to protect your affected eye and tell you oil for massage and also prescribe lubricating eye drops or eye ointment.

Can tell to do physiotherapy or can also ask for a facial massage. As of now according to statistics its treatment is more possible with Ayurvedic medicines.

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