The first several days after the onset are crucial for the future recovery. Visit your doctor at once and start with medication. Take lots of rest and stay calm. There is no way to "switch back" your facial nerve at once. It will take at least 3-5 weeks.
Positive minds, less stress
Immediately seeing doctor
Accepting what i cant change
Botox, controlled the spasms
So far just managing symptoms. Liquid diet - I'm glad juicing is popular
My medication
rest when needed
I woke up on 11/8/2014 not realizing how my life would change.
Positive thoughts
I have BP from last 4-5 years
Trusting in God
had laser treatments on face-- pain relief and looked normal until it wore off. Similar to botox less painful.
Nothing....I dread most days.
Steroid treatment first few days
physio and dry needling
Botox injections
L-lysine supplements
B-complex, 9 a day, take 3 every 3 meals
Medication antiviral and prednisone
laying flat on my back
Midodrine. puts a floor under my BP, which also reduces overreaction to very high bp.
Regular swimming and water exercise at the new aquatic centre
Positive Mental Attitude
Steroids therapy. B vitamin and a lot of facial exercises
Getting on Prednisone within 24 hours of showing symptoms
Stay positive
Permanent Disabled due to Arnold Chiari Malformatioin
Accupuncture therapy
Plenty of rest
Facial massage
Be patient. Bell's palsy is not a disease, but rather a functional disorder. Like a broken leg or the moved lawn: it can not re-grow back overnight. So is the facial nerve. If the damage was severe, it may take up to 2-3 months to see improvements.
Immediately getting steroids and taping eye nightly
Less stress
Living to the fullest , lots of laughter & try to give tons of love
Behavioral Counseling
Patch the eye properly so it stays comfortably shut.
physical therapy
Support and opening up
supportive gp and specialist
Dr. Barry Schaitkin and Todd