• Bell's Palsy Symptoms


Fast Facts

  • Symptoms of Bell's Palsy start all of a sudden.
  • The disease reaches its peak within 48-72 hours.
  • Symptoms of Bell's Palsy usually subside within 3 weeks in most cases but may take upto 8 to 9 months in some people.
  • Few cases may progress into complications and persistent muscle weakness

Symptoms of Bell's Palsy

Facial Paralysis

  • Sudden weakness on one side of face
  • Drooping of affected side of face and mouth
  • Numbness of affected side of face with twitching
  • Difficulty in closing eye and mouth on affected side of face
  • Drooling of saliva

Eye Symptoms

  • Increased or decreased formation of tears
  • Inability to close eye resulting in dry eye
  • Eyes, if not protected, may get injured or ulcerated, hampering vision

Ear Symptoms

  • Pain around ear
  • Intolerance to loud sounds

Mouth Symptoms

  • Change in taste
  • Difficulty eating or drinking
  • Inability to close mouth
  • Drooling of saliva

Homeopathy plays a crucial role in treating symptoms of Bell's Palsy because it follows a holistic approach by considering the uniqueness of the individual and characteristics of the individual in disease.

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