4 Exercises That Help With Bell’s Palsy

Approximately 23 out of 100,000 people aged 15-60 years have found themselves unable to blink their eyes or purse their lips out of nowhere.

Bell’s palsy is a kind of facial paralysis that makes muscles of one side of your face uncharacteristically weak. The affected individual may no longer be able to control the facial muscles of one affected side. Significant damage to facial nerves, which is responsible to regulate the muscles of the affected side of your face, is the primary cause of Bell’s palsy.

Numbness and weakness on one side of the face subsequently cause drooling, difficulty to close the eye of the affected side, pain behind or in the ear, increase in sensitivity to sound, loss of taste, and eye problems are some of the common symptoms of Bell’s Palsy.

As frightening as the condition sounds, there are exercises that can be done at home to lessen the effects of Ball’s. Here are a few:

1. Eyebrow lifts

• Look in the mirror, raise your eyebrows, and