Causes of Facial Numbness

Facial numbness occurs with many medical conditions including traumatic and nontraumatic nerve damage as well as central nervous system disorders, among others.

Dr. Tina M. St. John
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Foods for Bell's Palsy

Affecting one or both sides of the face, Bell's palsy is a neurological disorder that affects the facial nerves. Often causing facial muscle weakness or paralysis, the condition can make talking, laughing, eating and swallowing a difficult task.

Krista Sheehan
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Foods to Avoid When You Have Bell's Palsy

Bell�s palsy is a condition characterized by facial paralysis. It is usually one-sided and comes on abruptly. Typically, the face feels stiff and pulled to one side, and it may be difficult to close your eye.

Adam Dave
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Bell's Palsy Massage Treatment

Bell's palsy is a type of nerve damage that can temporarily paralyze the muscles in the face. People who have Bell's palsy may be unable to generate facial expression--their faces may look droopy on one side or asymmetrical. Steroid medications are sometimes used to reduce the inflammation that may occur.

Erica Roth
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Home Remedies for Bell's Palsy

Bell�s palsy is a paralysis in the muscles on one side of the face caused by damage to the cranial nerve that controls the muscles in the face. Inflammation of the nerve may occur due to a virus, but often the cause is unknown. Most often, Bell�s palsy will resolve without medical treatment.

Abigail Adams
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Vitamin B12 Treatment for Bells Palsy

Vitamin B-12 is a natural alternative treatment, in conjunction with traditional medications to treat Bell�s palsy -- a condition that causes temporary paralysis of one side the face, making symmetrical facial expression impossible.

Alison Smith
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