How Can I Get Rid of Bell’s Palsy?

How Can I Get Rid Of Bell’s Palsy?

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How Can I Get Rid of Bell’s Palsy?

Bell’s Palsy is a neurological condition in which the seventh facial nerve is not working properly, causing paralysis of one side of your face. Most people don’t know that Bell’s Palsy is most often brought on by stress and over use of your brain. If you are a high achiever, work a lot, or are constantly thinking, this can contribute to your Bell’s Palsy symptoms. Onset tends to be sudden and remarkable. Most times it creates drooping of one side of your face and difficulty shutting your eye. It has been associated with stress and can upset a person’s life dramatically. When your brain is re-wired, the facial nerve is free to flow, and your face will work again.

How Can Neurofeedback Help Bell’s Palsy?

Do you suffer from Bell’s Palsy? Bell’s Palsy is caused by a disruption in communication between the facial nerve (#7) and the brain. This disruption in nerve flow results in facial paralysis, usually on one side. This can cause a great deal of anguish for the person suffering from Bell’s Palsy. Since the cause of Bell’s Palsy is a brain-nerve disconnect, improving communication helps to alleviate Bell’s Palsy symptoms by addressing the underlying cause.

How Can You Reduce Bell’s Palsy Symptoms Fast?

Most people recover from Bell’s Palsy with or without treatment. Stress has been shown to make Bell’s Palsy worse. Neurofeedback Therapy has been FDA regulated for stress reduction and can help speed up your recovery from Bell’s Palsy. There is a brain pattern associated with Stress that indicates the brain is using excessive amounts of very fast processing speed (High Beta). This pattern can negatively impact the flow of information from your brain to your body via your peripheral nerves. By improving the brain, the nerves can improve their functioning, and the palsy goes away.

What’s the Most Effective Treatment for Bell’s Palsy?

A qEEG Brain Map would show you if you have the brain pattern that is associated with Stress. This pattern could be making your Bell’s Palsy worse and make it last longer. Neurofeedback Therapy can then change the brain pattern toward a more relaxed one. When thhttps://drtrishleigh.com/neurofeedback-coaching-programe brain is using a better neurological pattern, the flow of information from the brain to the face, via the facial nerve, is improved and symptoms can be reduced.

Neurofeedback re-wires an improperly wired brain for better performance. With better brain function comes alleviation of symptoms.

Neurofeedback is:

  • Drug-Free
  • Non-Invasive
  • No Side-Effects
  • Clinically Proven
  • Long-lasting Benefits
  • Proven successful with 65 year legacy

How is Bell’s Palsy Diagnosed?

Your doctor will check to make sure you are not suffering from other neurological disorders that can cause facial paralysis, such as stroke, Lyme’s Disease, or brain tumors. qEEG Brain Mapping has been shown to identify the fast brain mode that can make Bell’s Palsy symptoms worse and stay around longer.

What is Bell’s Palsy?

Bell’s Palsy is a neurological condition in which the seventh facial nerve is not working properly, causing paralysis of one side of your face. Onset tends to be sudden and remarkable. Most times in creates drooping of one side of your face and difficulty shutting your eye. It has been associated with stress and can upset a person’s life dramatically.

What Causes Bell’s Palsy?

The facial nerve in your face is housed within a narrow space of bone from the brain to the face. In the case of Bell’s Palsy, the nerve becomes inflamed and the message from the brain to the nerve is stopped. This results in weakness or paralysis.

What are the Symptoms of Bell’s Palsy?

The symptoms of Bell’s Palsy include:

  • Sudden onset of muscle weakness to total paralysis on one side of your face.
  • Facial droop, difficulty making facial expressions including a smile.
  • Inability or difficulty closing your eye.
  • Twitching of your face.
  • Pain around your jaw or in or behind your ear on the affected side.
  • Decreased hearing on the affected side.
  • Decreased taste.
  • Decreased production of saliva and/or tears.

Who Gets Bell’s Palsy?

40,000 Americans get Bell’s Palsy each year, according to the National Institute of Health. Men and women are affected by Bell’s Palsy equally and it mostly affects people between the ages of 15 and 60 years old. Stress and lowered immune response has been associated with the occurrence of Bell’s Palsy.

What Do I Do If I Think I Have Bell’s Palsy?

First, visit your primary care physician. He or she will rule out all other causes for the facial paralysis and make sure you are not suffering from a more serious health condition, like a stroke, If you would like to speed up your recovery from Bell’s Palsy, call the professionals at Dr. Trish Leigh & Co. who  can perform Foundational 4 Point Assessment. This important information, along with your qEEG brain map and other assessments, will be reviewed as an important part of our comprehensive evaluation. By doing this we are able to evaluate your brain function and the functioning of your nerves to determine if you are a strong candidate for Neurofeedback Therapy.

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