Bell’s Palsy

Bell’s palsy is a condition that causes sudden weakness in the muscles on one side of the face. In most cases, the weakness is temporary and significantly improves over weeks.

Bell's Palsy

Bell’s palsy is a condition that causes temporary paralysis or weakness of the muscles on one side of the face. It is caused by inflammation or damage to the facial nerve, which controls the muscles of the face.

The exact cause of Bell’s palsy is not known, but it is believed to be related to viral infections such as herpes simplex virus or influenza. Other risk factors may include diabetes, pregnancy, and exposure to cold temperatures

Symptoms of Bell’s palsy may include:

  • Sudden weakness or paralysis on one side of the face
  • Difficulty smiling or closing the eye on the affected side
  • Drooping of the mouth or eyelid
  • Decreased or altered sense of taste
  • Pain or discomfort around the jaw or behind the ear
  • Increased sensitivity to sound in one ear

Infrared Therapy

Matrix Rhythm Therapy

Electrical Stimulation

Face Exercises

Most people with Bell’s palsy experience a full recovery within a few months

  • Exposure to extreme cold or hot temperatures can potentially trigger facial nerve inflammation. In cold weather, wear a scarf or face mask to protect your face. In hot weather, stay hydrated and seeks shade or use sunscreen to protect your skin.
  • A strong immune system can help protect against viral infections that may trigger Bell’s palsy
  • Stress is believed to contribute to the activation of the herpes simplex virus, which may increase the risk of Bell’s palsy.
  • Take precautions to reduce your risk of contracting viral infections.
  • Practice good hygiene
  • Promptly treat viral infections


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  2. Find the Root Cause and Receive A Custom Treatment Plan
  3. Monitor Progress
  4. Recover & Get Back to Life!


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