Can I Work In An Air-conditioned Room With Bell’s Palsy Sufferers?
I go home every week between 12 to 2. And my work for 9 hours at the air conditioner and front of the laptop responds to customer complaints. After I got this, can I still continue to work with my work like that.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are also sorry for your condition. Bell's palsy is a condition of nerve disorders characterized by a face that becomes asymmetrical. This condition is often confused with stroke, only the difference in stroke, usually followed by weakness on one side of the limb. If it's just a face, then it's most likely Bell's palsy.
The cause of this condition is still unclear until now, but is often associated with:
Certain viral infections
Exposure to cold air on one side of the face
Injury to nerves
Emphasis on nerves
Middle ear infection
High blood pressure
This condition can improve by itself if it is still mild, and if it can be heavy with the help of drugs. So this should not interfere with your performance and you can still work with these conditions. Specifically, actually the most able to answer this is yourself, whether you feel disturbed and constrained or not with your current condition. If not, then the work can continue as usual. But if it's disturbing, it's better to rest first. What is clear, the first step you need to do is to see yourself to a neurologist to confirm the diagnosis and determine the treatment plan.
Then in the future, if your workplace exposes your face to air conditioning, ask to move or adjust the air conditioner so that it is not too cold for you. Because although this is not necessarily the cause, we must minimize its potential. In addition, do not force yourself, and take time off if necessary until finished by a neurologist. So, hopefully answering your question.