Facial palsy recovery will usually follow one of the two recovery scenarios, depending on the scale of initial damage to the facial nerve. If the damage was light, the recovery will be quick, and if the damage was more severe, then the recovery will … [Read more...] about Long Bell’s palsy recovery timeline (with photos)
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Bell's palsy is a unilateral paralysis of facial muscles. It can have different causes and names (for simplicity, we will use Bell's palsy to describe any form of peripheral facial palsy). When you are just hit by Bell's palsy, your recovery will … [Read more...] about Quick Bell’s palsy recovery timeline (with photos)
When it comes to Bell's palsy, each case will be very different from each other. Each recovery, although following a similar pattern, will happen and progress differently. That is why there is no "one-size-fits-all-solution" to recovery after … [Read more...] about Bell’s Palsy Live Q&A Recording: Feb ’22
There is a lot of information about Bell's palsy, both in our Knowledge Base and elsewhere on the internet. It can be challenging to understand what are the most important lessons you can take for yourself from all of that. So, in this article, we … [Read more...] about Five important details to remember about Bell’s palsy
In the very beginning of your Bell's palsy, besides steroids, such as Prednisone, your doctor may prescribe you a B12 supplement. Vitamin B12, together with B1 and B6, is important for the well-being of our nervous system. Their deficiency can lead … [Read more...] about Can Vitamin B12 help with Bell’s palsy recovery?
After Bell's palsy, you may experience that your facial muscles become tight and painful. This happens because your facial muscles contract and become unable to relax. In this case, stretching can be helpful for two reasons. 1. Stretching of … [Read more...] about Does stretching of facial muscles after Bell’s palsy help?
Prednisone or Prednisolone, or any other type of steroids, is a medication that aims to reduce swelling and inflammation. Facial palsy often happens as a result of facial nerve compression caused by the swelling of surrounding tissue. That is why … [Read more...] about Can Prednisone help with recovery after Bell’s palsy?
Synkinesis is by far one of the most devastating residuals after long-standing facial palsy. "Can synkinesis be corrected or improved?" is a question that concerns almost everyone who has been faced with this issue. At Crystal Touch clinic we are … [Read more...] about Can synkinesis be corrected?