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The supportive supplements recommended by various therapists are as follows:
The herbs have changed a bit throughout... at 1st I was taking antivirals as well.
It just depends on why Bell's Palsy struck you.
Vit B Complex
Essential Fatty Acids
Magnesium and Calcium in the evening
Turmeric for inflammation
I added Marshmallow Root and noticed improvement
Make a pot of tea frequently with a mixture of these supportive herbs. You can vary it to change things up. A thermal tea pot keeps it warm all day.
St. Johns Wort (caution if you are on any medication)
I have been taking these tinctures regularly throughout.
and others for the hormonal shifts as I navigate perimenopause, that has made my Bells Palsy recovery harder.
Because the eye does not blink you will need to keep hydrating it at first.
I used a preservative free dry eye therapy for day time drops and a tear-gel for nighttime.
Use an eye patch outside in the wind or a dirty job that can cause debris in the eye. Or safety glasses.
I used a long magic bag just room temperature to keep my eye closed while sleeping. Taping did not seem to work for me but the weight did.
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