Bell's paralysis is an unexplained occasion of facial muscle weakness or palsy. It begins short and worsens over 48 hours. This condition results from damage to the facial whim-whams (the 7th cranial whim-whams). Pain and discomfort generally do on one side of the face or head.
Bell’s palsy can strike anyone at any age. It occurs most constantly in pregnant women, and people who have diabetes, influenza, a deep snap, or another upper respiratory complaint. Bell's palsy affects men and woman equally. It's less familiar before period 15 or after period 60.
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