• Bell's Palsy Introduction

Introduction of Bell's Palsy

Facial Nerve is the seventh cranial nerve. It travels in a narrow bony canal in skull and reaches beneath the ear to facial muscles. It is responsible for facial expressions such as smiling and frowning, blinking and closing of eyes, tear gland and salivary gland control and sense of taste. Infections may result in its swelling and thereby compression in narrow bony canal and this can damage the nerve.

Any interruption or malfunction in the functions of this nerve results in facial weakness and paralysis, leading to facial distortion. There follows a range of symptoms that peak by 2-3 days.

Bell's Palsy is named after Sir Charles Bell who was a 19th century Scottish surgeon and the first person to describe the condition.

Treating Bell's Palsy is a challenge because predicting the outcome is difficult. Homeopathic Treatment and lifestyle adjustments can help you reduce or manage the signs and symptoms of Bell's Palsy.

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