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Have bells palsy. Is there any treatment and cure ?

i have had bells palsy for almost 2mnths now and i need help.. the neurologist i was referredto says he cant do anything i developed this when i was 81/2 mnths pregnant. I am 23 and i just want some type of hope me not doing anything is making me more depressed. I have 2 young children and i want to be able to take pictures and enjoy my life with them.. ive seen ways people treat it at home but i dont want it to effect me worse i need help!!
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Hi there, thanks for asking. In 90 percent of the cases, improvement is almost complete. The most useful thing you can do is to do physiotherapy with your face muscles. It is easy to do and you can spend some minutes in the morning, evening or both to do. You can do it in front of the mirror. The other things that could be useful are just general things about health that can also be useful for every healing process, like a good sleep, a good diet, etc. I wish you gain the power to control your facial muscles soon.
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