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Alternative Names Paralysis; Paresis; Loss of movement; Motor dysfunction Home Care Sudden loss of muscle function is a medical emergency. Seek immediate medical help. After you have received medical treatment, your doctor may recommend some of the following measures: Follow your prescribed therapy. If the nerves to your face or head are damaged, you may have difficulty chewing and swallowing or closing your eyes. In these cases, a soft diet may be recommended. You will also need some form of eye protection, such as a patch over the eye while you are asleep. Long-term immobility can cause serious complications. Change positions often and take care of your skin. Range-of-motion exercises may help to maintain some muscle tone. Splints may help prevent muscle contractures , a condition in which a muscle becomes permanently shortened. Call your health care provider if Muscle paralysis always requires immediate medical attention. If you notice gradual weakening or problems with a muscle, get medical ...
Many people are all too familiar with the brain damage caused by a stroke. A blood clot or a bleed can quickly kill brain cells and leave a person with many disabilities. Some of the afflictions are easy to observe and some of the afflictions are silently present. Most people notice the paralysis and difficulty communicating. But because communication can be difficult, people may not be aware that nearly 40% of those who have had a stroke will have a new onset of pain as a result. 1 And of those who have just had a stroke, many already have been living with chronic pain before the stroke even occurred. Ultimately, chronic pain silently afflicts people after they had a stroke as they lie in the hospital bed, as they sit in an easy chair or as they stare out a window. Some of the sources of pain are easy to understand and some not so easy to equate, but all create the potential for endless days of suffering while in pain.
As one can imagine, headaches are very likely to exist afte...
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