How to Trace the Symptoms of Bell’s Palsy

Bells palsy is a sudden condition. It descends over night, with the patient feeling heaviness and stiffness in the affected part of the face. Within a couple of days from its onset, it takes over completely and prohibits any muscle movement in the affected half of the face. Before the patient would be able to trace the symptoms of bells palsy, it would have already taken over you. Bells palsy can be a traumatic experience for the patient who may suffer from associated troubles ranging from severe headaches, dizziness to blurred speech. Symptoms of bells palsy would include abnormal blinking,... Read More

The Signs and Symptoms of Bell’s Palsy

Bells palsy can be a traumatic experience for the patient who may suffer from associated troubles ranging from severe headaches, dizziness to blurred speech. Symptoms of bells palsy would include abnormal blinking, impaired sense of taste and facial distortion. Patients cannot close, blink, squeeze or cry with the eye of the affected side which remains open all the time. There are no specific signs and symptoms of bells palsy which can be traced over time, helping you to predict the onset of bells palsy, since it is a sudden attack. Apart from the virus Herpes Simplex, little is has been... Read More

What Are the Symptoms of Bell’s Palsy?

Bell’s palsy as a disease has a lot of symptoms. The number of symptoms associated with this disease as a whole is so numerous that you might even get confused checking them. One thing is very obvious, the knowledge and diagnosis of this disease with or through the symptom is very difficult. Why I say this is because the Bell’s palsy disease is a disease that when it comes, it can manifest during its incubation period and here all the symptoms might be seen and therefore diagnosed and cured. But whenever it enters the dormant stage, it shows no symptoms. Another reason is that it shares... Read More