Angelina Jolie has Bell’s palsy
Euro international : Angelina Jolie spoke out about the experience and, of course, Bell’s palsy a year after the newsmaker broke up with Brad Pitt .
Angelina Jolie spoke of her separation from Brad Pitt and praised her children for their courage in dealing with it.
The Oscar-winning actor also spoke about suffering from Bell’s palsy, but did not say why he contracted it. “In fact, I feel more like a woman now,” she said, using acupuncture to overcome her illness. I have been careful in my choices and my priority has always been family. I control my life and my health. This is what completes a woman.
“Our lifestyle was by no means negative,” he said of the impact of lifestyle on the outcome of his marriage. The problem was not our lifestyle. Our lifestyle was an amazing opportunity for our children and made them six sensible and capable people. “I am proud of them.”
Angelina Jolie spent the past year making “My Father Was Killed First.” The film is about Long Ong, one of Julie’s first friends in Cambodia and a witness to the Khmer Rouge crimes. Julie first adopted a boy named Maddox in Cambodia and later became a citizen of this country.
The director of “Invincible”, who has had a busy year, announced that he has no plans to make a new film. “I want to reach more of my home and family,” he said. At my children’s request, I plan to go to a cooking class. “I fall asleep every night wondering if I was a good mother today.”
What is Bell’s palsy?
Nerve paralysis of the seventh cerebral cortex or facial nerve leads to Bell’s palsy, in which the facial muscles become paralyzed suddenly and temporarily, often affecting only one side of the face.
Facial nerve involvement is usually not a disease in itself but a symptom of another disease such as infection, injury, or tumor of the facial nerve.
Symptoms of Bell’s palsy include weakness on one side of the face, short-term muscle contractions, drooping eyelids and lips, tearing and salivation on the affected side, dry eyes, dry mouth, taste disturbance, and a crooked smile.
Most people with Bell’s palsy recover within two to three weeks without treatment. The most successful treatment is to identify and eliminate the cause of the nerve damage. Sometimes CT scan or M. R. Brain X-ray and seventh nerve electromyography are recommended.
Oral corticosteroids such as prednisolone are used in treatment, and methylcellulose eye drops are beneficial for the health and protection of the eye, which is constantly exposed to the environment.