It affects between 20 per , to 30 per , people per year which in the UK means between 12, and 24, people per year. It has not yet been possible to find out why the facial nerve becomes compressed; however, links have been made with viruses including herpes, influenza and respiratory tract infections , as well as a depleted immune system and stress. It is important to get plenty of rest even if they have no other symptoms and to maintain a healthy diet. If you are at work or school, it may be necessary to take some time to recover. In eight out of ten cases, recovery will take place over a period of weeks or months.
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Differentiating Facial Weakness Caused by Bell’s Palsy vs. Acute Stroke
Bell's Palsy ~ Unable to ‘Face’ her Anger
Every person that is affected by swallowing difficulties dysphagia after a stroke, also has a central facial dysfunction or paralysis central facialis pares : usually caused by an injury in one of the two brain hemispheres. The injury is indicated by paralysis in the lower half of the face on the opposite side to the injured hemisphere, and can be, for example, one side of the mouth drooping. It affects between 20 per , to 40 per , people per year which in the UK means between 12, and 24, people per year. Facial paralysis is caused by injury to the facialis nerves or their cores in the brainstem. In this section we shall look at the differences between central- and peripheral facial paralysis, and then focus on the latter. Even if there are big differences between a central and a peripheral facial paralysis there are also some things in common.
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Bell's palsy vs. stroke: What's the difference?
A thematic approach to analysis of the qualitative data was adopted. Transcripts were systematically coded using NVivo10 software. Many participants did not receive early vision assessment or treatment for their visual problems.
Anna Robinson was terrified when she woke up one day in August to find she could no longer move her face. The pretty year-old thought she had suffered a stroke - but she had actually been struck down by Bell's Palsy, which causes paralysis of facial muscles. Miss Robinson, from Nottingham, was told by medics that she might not recover - and that one in 14 people never regain movement. But Miss Robinson was determined to get back to her old self, and snapped a series of selfies as she taught herself to smile again.