The Left Eye Is Dazzled And Does Not Focus On The Patient’s History Of Bell’s Palsy.?
night … I have complaints of my left eye I like excessive glare … if ngunyah even if I feel like I want to cpot out … if I talk like it doesn’t focus … what is the connection with belspalsy that I have tried 7 months ago … or it has something to do with my graying teeth … what are the dangers … thank you
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Bell's Palsy is a paralysis of the facial muscles caused by disruption of the facial peripheral nervous system (related to nerve VII). Bell's Palsy abnormality can cause one side of the face to appear "dropped" or weak. Patients with this disorder can also experience difficulty moving facial muscles at certain times, as well as difficulty closing their eyes, which can cause reduced tears, dry tears, disturbances to feel the tongue, mastoid bone pain in the ear area, blurred vision or glare, pain in eyes. (1)
Cavities can cause pain in the upper jaw or lower jaw depending on where the cavities are. Moreover, it can cause disturbances such as inflammation of the gum area and tooth structure damage depending on the size of the cavities you experience. Cavities can be caused by not using fluoride-containing toothpaste, poorly maintained dental hygiene, the habit of consuming sweet foods, dry mouth, not brushing your teeth routinely, the remnants of food plaque that are not cleaned properly.
To treat your condition, it is advisable to consult a neurologist regarding your Bell's Palsy condition. And treat the condition of cavities that you experience by consulting a dentist. It is not recommended to use self medication without doctor's instructions. Avoid consuming lots of sugary foods, brush your teeth regularly, avoid fizzy drinks, avoid working environments that are too cold (exposed to air conditioning or strong winds).
Hopefully this information can help you,