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Facial palsy generally refers to weakness of the muscles, mainly resulting from temporary or permanent damage to the nerve. Facial palsy can occur in adults and children, but it is most common in newborns.
There are two types of facial palsy: unilateral and bilateral. Unilateral facial palsy causes one side of the face to droop, while bilateral facial palsy causes both sides of the face to droop. Most often, only one side of the face droops because this type of paralysis usually results from nerve injury rather than brain damage (which would cause both sides of the face to droop).
there is no known cure for palsy. But with ayurvedic panchkarma therapy it can be reduced.
Yes, Ashwaganda is good for bell’s palsy.
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