Effects Of Smartphone Usage On Bell’s Palsy Disease?
night, does the bell’s palsy influence also if we often see the phone screen that is too long?
Hello Zerofire, thank you for asking.
Bell's palsy is a condition in which the facial nerve experiences paralysis, which is generally temporary, local in nature and usually affects one side of the face. Not always the cause of Bell's palsy can be identified. However, it is generally associated with repetitive or chronic friction or pressure, on the peripheral nerves that take care of the facial area. For example, due to exposure to the wind when driving, due to the pressure of an object imposed on the face area, and so on. In addition, sometimes a viral infection may also cause Bell's palsy. Symptoms of this disease in the form of a slanted mouth, numbness on one side of the face, cheeks and chin down side, can not blink and raise eyebrows.
So far there is no known relationship between the length of exposure staring at an electronic screen with the onset of Bell's palsy. Generally, staring at an electronic screen for too long will have an impact on eye health and can disrupt one's sleep patterns. The eye will experience fatigue, irritation, and refraction more quickly. Radiation emitted by electronic goods may also interfere with the work of the organ of vision. In addition, prolonged bowing can cause injury and disruption to the cervical spine (neck area), causing pain, neck stiffness, and headaches. So that, you should limit staring at the electronic screen just to do important and productive things.
That is my explanation. May be useful. Regards.