Bells Palsy

Bell's Palsy occurs when one of the two facial nerves in inflamed or damaged, and causes weakness or paralysis in the face. Symptoms of Bell's Palsy can appear suddenly and peak within 48 hours. Some of these symptoms include weakness, drooping of the eyelid or mouth, twitching, total paralysis, taste impairment and others. Bell's Palsy generally only affects one side of the face, however, rare cases exist in which both facial nerves have been damaged.

Below you will find alternative and natural treatment options including those from a Chinese Medicine perspective for Bell's Palsy.

The following TCM Diagnostic Patterns May Be Involved With Bells Palsy

Acupuncture Points That May Be Useful For Bells Palsy

TCM Herbal Formulas That May Be Useful For Bells Palsy

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