Top
20
Doctor insights on: Herbal Treatment For Facial Paralysis

Share
1

1
Best treatment for facial paralysis?

Best treatment for facial paralysis?

Steroids&antoviral d: Treatment of bells palsy is to start oral Prednisone and antiviral drugs.The antiviral drugs should be started as soon as the symptoms appear to be effective.Most people recover completely without any ill effects beside the meds you need to keep the affected eye lubricated as there is inability to close the eye on affected side, use artificial tears regularly or use a patch to prevent drying eye. ...Read more

See 2 more doctor answers

Palsy (Definition)

...is a corruption of French "paralise" from Latinized Greek "paralysis." In the old days it meant any kind of persistent weakness. To this day Parkinson's disease is also called "paralysis agitans" which is a Latin translation of Dr. Parkinson's original name for it, the "shaking palsy." We've obviously reborrowed the full form "paralysis" into English as well; today ...Read more


2

2
Is there any new effective treatment for Facial Paralysis??

Is there any new effective treatment for Facial Paralysis??

Facial nerve palsy: Hello QiaoW, thanks for the question. The short answer is no. There's not really any standardized routinely effective treatments for facial nerve palsy. Several things have been tried though like steroids, IVIG or acyclovir. The most common treatment is time. It gets better to varying degrees with time. Good luck to you. ...Read more

3

3
Are there good alternative therapies for facial nerve paralysis?

Are there good alternative therapies for facial nerve paralysis?

No really: No dependable alternative therapies exist. The cause of the paralysis is very important. A bell's palsy should probably be seen and treated by an ENT to ensure appropriate treatment (high dose steroids +/- decompression surgery). If the paralysis is complete, surgical options exists for the various problems associated with the paralysis. See a facial plastic surgeon w/ experience in this area. ...Read more

See 2 more doctor answers
4

4
What treatments exist for flaccid paralysis?

What  treatments exist  for flaccid paralysis?

Flaccid: There are many causes of flaccid (loose) paralysis, starting with motor nerve synaptic malfunction (as in myasthenia), motor nerve damage (as in polio or other disorders), certain spinal cord lesions affecting motor control. Rarely certain regions of the brain can also cause flaccid paralysis or weakness. There are also some metabolic conditions. My suggestion is that you consult a neurologist. ...Read more

5

5
What are alternative treatments for paralysis?

Depends on cause: With paralysis from a stroke or from a spinal cord injury, the mainstays of treatment start with physical and occupational therapy. The goal is to retrain the muscles and decrease disuse atrophy and spasticity (stiffness). There is a lot of research being done on stem cell transplants and electrocortical activation of prosthetics. We anxiously await their progress. ...Read more

6

6
Is there treatment for partial paralysis?

Depends on cause: Paralysis = complete loss of strength or movement in a limb or muscle group. Partial means there is some left. The causes are numerous, from a stroke, to nerve damage of particular peripheral nerve, to spinal stenosis, etc. Treatment is geared toward underlying problem, so careful diagnosis by neurologist is the first step to proper treatment. ...Read more

7

7
Is there any treatment for partial paralysis?

Unlcear question: Partial paralysis: not sure what mean, perhaps hemiparesis, which is weakness or lack of movement on one side of the body. Or partial paralysis meaning marked weakness but still can move the muscles. Heterophyid is not a real word. Do you mean hyperthyroid. Write question over again. ...Read more

9

9
Whats a non surgical treatment for facial wrinkles?

Whats a non surgical treatment for facial wrinkles?

Various: There are various treatments for facial wrinkles, including topical treatment such as retinol and tretinoin, moisturizers, botox, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, fillers, radio frequency treatments, and various types of lasers. Consult a dermatologist or plastic surgeon, as which treatments might be best will vary depending the where the wrinkles are, your skin type, and other considerations. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
10

10
Is there any really proven treatment for facial wrinkles?

Is there any really proven treatment for facial wrinkles?

Many: Depending on the depth of the wrinkles many treatments exist, including retin-A, facial peels, dermabrasion, laser skin treatments, Botox, fillers and surgery. Speak to a facial plastic surgeon, general plastic surgeon, or dermatologist to discuss your options. ...Read more

See 6 more doctor answers
11

11
Treatment for one-sided paralysis?

Transient?: Hemiplegic migraine can cause temporary "one-sided paralysis", but if this is permanent, it is important to have a full evaluation. Treatment is based on causation. Best to start with a primary care physician and consider neurological consultation. ...Read more

12

12
Whats a good non surgical treatment for facial wrinkles?

Whats a good  non surgical treatment for facial wrinkles?

Prevention important: Most important is prevention of wrinkles from occurring; clean, moisturize, limit sun exposure over a lifetime, particular during youth (loss of elastic tissue). Smoking? Can c wrinkles across room. Various retinols. A whole bunch of products promise a lot, deliver a little. Botox, yes, but must redo repeatedly. Dermatologist will pitch their products, but go anyway to learn approach for life. ...Read more

See 3 more doctor answers
13

13
What are some alternative health cures/treatment for periodic limb movement disorder?

What are some alternative health cures/treatment for periodic limb movement disorder?

Not aware of any: Periodic limb movements in sleep are perhaps similar to restless leg sydrome, but represent sudden nocturnal jerking while asleep. No otc preps seem useful, but drugs such as clonazepam, ropinorole, pramipexole, and even l-dopa may control this. ...Read more

14

14
Natural cure for spasmodic dysphones?

Natural cure for spasmodic dysphones?

Many approaches: There are many effective natural approaches for spasmodic dysphonia, including stress reduction/biofeedback,nutritional supplements (esp. magnesium taurate and B-complex),herbs, homeopathy,cranial osteopathy,oral myofascial therapy, essential oils and homeopathy.Diff. things work for diff. people. Work with a good integrative Dr. See http://tinyurl.com/ycl5ony9 and http://tinyurl.com/y92z5h48 ...Read more

15

15
What homeopathic medicine is best to use for facial hair growth?

What homeopathic medicine is best to use for facial hair growth?

Wrong question : Homeopathy doesn't directly treat facial hair. It impacts underlying disturbances of your healing system that result in your symptoms -- one of which is facial hair. It's individualized, and a remedy that helps one person may not help others. An experienced homeopath would need to take your case and prescribe a deep-acting remedy. An endocrinology consult would also be wise, for hormonal issues. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
16

16
Can you please suggest treatment for progressive supranuclear palsy ( psp)?

Can you please suggest treatment for progressive supranuclear palsy ( psp)?

Multidisciplinary: While there is no single effective medication to stop the progression of psp; some short term modest benefit has been shown with bromocriptine for the rigidity, Botox for dystonia and sialorrhea, methylcellulose for dry eyes, and cognitive stimulation/physical exercise for cognitive function and gait and balance training. ...Read more

17

17
Is laser treatment for facial hair removal is safe for people prone to keloid?

Is laser treatment for facial hair removal is safe for people prone to keloid?

Need more info: People like yourself who are prone to keloid formation should seek the opinion of a dermatologist. You don't want to take any chances of scarring especially on your face. ...Read more

18

18
What is a treatment or prevention for sleep paralysis?

What is a treatment or prevention for sleep paralysis?

See below: Sleep paralysis, if often, usually indicates disruption of sleep and it can point to an underlying medical issue such as sleep apnea or narcolepsy. It is recommended you consult a sleep medicine specialist to discern if this is the case, especially if excessive daytime sleepiness is present. Try to regularize your sleep times ; avoid caffeine, nicotine, ; alcohol near bedtime. Hope that helps! ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
19

19
Which are the best option for treating hair loss homeopath, Ayurveda or english medicines?

Which are the best option for treating hair loss homeopath, Ayurveda or english medicines?

It depends: Treatment depends what's causing the hair loss. If genetic male pattern hair loss, results may be poor although some benefit from minoxidil, etc ; hair transplants. If from hypothyroidism, hair growth may recover gradually as thyroid balance recovers. Homeopathy is not intended as a direct treatment for hair loss, but does strengthen a person's natural vitality -- and can help alopecia areata. ...Read more

See 3 more doctor answers
20

20
What are some of the best herbal treatment options for treatment-resistant major depression?

What are some of the best herbal treatment options for treatment-resistant major depression?

Independent research: It's touted that Enteric coated Sam-E combined with St. John's Wort works for some mild sadness. However treatment resistant is a broad concept and more information is needed. Try informing your psychiatrist about your concerns. Good luck ! ...Read more

Dr. William Singer
1,058 doctors shared insights

Paralysis (Definition)

A paralyzed limb cannot be voluntarily moved, and the term reflects leg involvement, paraplegia, full body, quadriplegia, and less than full, tetraplegia. Causes can be many, including stroke, trauma, ...Read more


Dr. James Sidman
397 doctors shared insights

Drooping Of One Side Of Face (Definition)

Facial paralysis is a clinical finding in which a person's facial muscles are unable to be moved or move with less strength. This is often an issue with the nerve of the facial muscles ...Read more