Homeopathy, Paralysis

Bell’s Palsy: Symptoms, Causes and Self-care Measures

Bell's Palsy symptom

Have you ever suddenly felt weakness or been paralyzed on one side of your face? If so, you might be dealing with Bell’s Palsy. This condition can disrupt facial movements, making everyday tasks challenging and leaving you feeling uncertain. In this blog, we will unravel Bell’s Palsy symptoms and causes, shedding light on this condition and exploring potential treatment options, including personalized homeopathic care. At PMRI Homeo, we commit to helping individuals with facial palsy regain control of their facial muscles and embrace a better quality of life.

What is Bell’s Palsy?

Bell’s palsy is a condition characterized by sudden weakness or paralysis of the muscles on one side of the face. It is named after Sir Charles Bell, a Scottish surgeon who first described the condition. Bell’s Palsy occurs due to inflammation or swelling of the facial nerve, which controls facial muscles. While the exact cause remains unknown, medical experts associate it with viral infections, particularly the herpes simplex virus (HSV). It is typically temporary and often resolves within a few weeks to months.

Symptoms of Bell’s Palsy

Bell’s Palsy symptoms appear suddenly and progress swiftly. Look out for the following signs:

  • Sudden facial paralysis or weakening on one side.
  • Difficulty closing one eye or excessive tearing on the affected side.
  • Facial droop or drooping of the mouth or eyelid
  • Loss of taste sensation on the front two-thirds of the tongue
  • Heightened sensitivity to sound in one ear on the affected side.
  • On the affected side, there may be pain or discomfort in the jaw area or behind the ear.

Causes of Bell’s Palsy

While the exact Bell’s Palsy causes remain unknown, viral infections, specifically the herpes simplex virus, are considered significant contributors. Other potential factors that might play a role in the development of Bell’s Palsy include:

  • Influenza or the common cold.
  • Bacterial infections such as Lyme disease or respiratory infections
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Environmental factors

Difference between Bell’s Palsy and Facial Paralysis

Bell’s palsy is one of the most common causes of facial paralysis, but not all cases of facial paralysis are due to Bell’s palsy. Facial paralysis refers to the loss of voluntary muscle control in the face, resulting in the inability to move or control facial expressions.

Facial paralysis can have various other causes, such as trauma, infections (other than Bell’s palsy), tumors, stroke, nerve damage, or congenital conditions. These causes may result in temporary or permanent facial paralysis, depending on the underlying condition.

Self-Care Measures

Alongside seeking professional medical attention, practising Bell’s palsy self-care can contribute to symptom management and facilitate recovery. You can consider the following bell’s palsy care:

  • Safeguarding the eye on the affected side by using lubricating eye drops or wearing an eye patch.
  • Engaging in gentle facial exercises to enhance muscle strength and mobility.
  • Applying warm compresses to the affected area to alleviate discomfort and improve blood circulation.
  • Managing stress levels, as stress can potentially exacerbate symptoms.
  • Prioritizing rest and maintaining a healthy lifestyle to support the body’s natural healing process.

Homoeopathy for Bell’s Palsy

Homoeopathy offers a caring and thorough approach to curing Bell’s Palsy, emphasizing personalized treatment and promoting the body’s fundamental healing mechanisms. Homoeopathic treatments are carefully chosen based on the individual’s symptoms and constitution. The treatment aims to reduce inflammation, restore nerve function, and improve control of facial muscles.

PMRI Homeo’s experienced team of the best homoeopathic doctors are committed to assisting individuals with Bell’s Palsy with personalised treatment plans. With our modern medicine and unrelenting dedication, we strive to help our patients restore facial function and enhance their overall well-being.

Our Successful Bell’s Palsy Treatments

At PMRI Homeo Hall, we are proud to have helped numerous patients regain control of their facial muscles and overcome the challenges of Bell’s Palsy. Our personalized homeopathic approach has allowed us to achieve remarkable results, as evidenced by the transformative before and after images of our patients.


Start your journey to recovery from Bell's Palsy with an online consultation at PMRI Homeo. Our experienced homeopathic doctors will create a tailored treatment plan to help restore your facial functions and improve your overall well-being. Book your consultation today to know your Bell's Palsy care plan.



Homoeopathy provides a safe and powerful approach to Bell’s Palsy management, offering personalized treatment and encouraging the body’s healing process. Reach out to PMRI Homeo for a compassionate consultation to take the first step towards recovery and discover a better future where face control and confidence are within your grasp. Start your journey towards recovery by exploring online consultation for a personalized treatment plan at PMRI Homeo today.


About Dr. Entekhab Alam, MD (Hom.)

Dr. Entekhab Alam is a paralysis treatment specialist and a founder of PMRI Homeo Hall, West Bengal. He graduated from Burdwan University with a B.H.M.S. in 2006. Following that, he earned a Master's degree from B. B. Ambedkar Bihar University in Organon of Medicine. Dr. Alam has dedicated his life to raising public awareness about the benefits of homeopathy for people with disabilities. Through his extensive knowledge and experience, he treats thousands of patients online and offline at PMRI Homeo Hall.

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