Bells palsy is a condition that causes the facial muscles to weaken or become paralyzed. It’s caused by malfunction of 7th cranial nerve, and is not permanent.
Bells palsy is not uncommon. Bell's palsy
can occur on either side The incidence of Bells palsy is equal in males and females, as well as in the various races
WHAT CONDITIONS CAN INCREASE THE CHANCE OF HAVING BELL’S PALSY?
Older people are more likely to be afflicted, but children are not immune to it. Children tend to recover well. Diabetics are more than 4 times more likely to develop Bells palsy than the general population. The last trimester of pregnancy
is considered to be a time of increased risk for Bell’s palsy. Conditions that compromise the immune system such as HIV
increase the odds of facial paralysis
occurring and recurring.
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