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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. Though the cause of Bell’s palsy is unknown, an inflammatory reaction involving the facial nerve may be involved. Reactivation of...

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Suffering From Bells Palsy? Try these natural treatments :) And you might want to check into this: My mom was one in I can't remember to have Bells Palsy and it was a sign of lung cancer. It's not always the case but please check into it. Just in case. I wish I would of known that when she started to have this. We could of caught the cancer at it's starting point... and then maybe we would of had a chance...

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Bell’s Palsy: “The story of a broken cable”. What exactly happens to the facial nerve during Bell's palsy? Why in some cases the recovery is full and quick, while in other cases it takes a few months and complications develop?

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I Took My Smile For Granted: Bell's Palsy Diagnosis

Dealing with the diagnosis of Bell's Palsy

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