Strokes can cause facial paralysis or partial loss of muscle control. These symptoms make speech, eating, facial expressions and general facial movement difficult or impossible for...
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After a stroke Facial excercises
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Strokes attack portions of the brain regulating fine motor skills. This often means temporary loss of arm, hand or finger function on one side of the body. But if you suffer a stroke, a drooping mouth and loss of chewing, speaking and swallowing ability also are common symptoms. As with the recovery of all fine motor skills lost or impaired because of strokes, certain exercises aid in your road to recovery of mouth function. Following a stroke, numbness or paralysis often strike one side of your body, sometimes causing your mouth to droop, particularly when attempting a smile, according to the Mayo Clinic.
However, when you think about it, it seems obvious. Dab a little of the moisturiser on your fingers each time you start to massage a certain area of the face. Starting at the cleft of the chin massage upwards in a soft firm motion towards the eyes. Next massage around the mouth and upper lip, for this it is better to just use your middle finger. Follow a figure of eight or infinity-sign motion when massaging around the eyes.❿
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A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that supplies the brain either becomes blocked or bursts, and the damage decreases the amount of blood flow and oxygen to the brain and leads to brain cell death. The symptoms depend on what area of the brain was affected, but many patients experience difficulty moving their facial muscles, which makes facial expressions, speech and eating difficult.