Sunday, April 14, 2013

Numbness in Face and Arm

Numbness in Face and Arm

Many people have a sense of the arm or leg "goes to sleep." Numbness is a description used to give a description of the tingling and low-down of sensation. Trigeminal nerve can take controls of sensation in face. This nerve contains of 3 branches. The ophthalmic branch affects the level of sensation in forehead, eyes, eyebrows, eyelids and the bridge of the nose. Branch of the maxillary affect the sensation in the cheeks faces of the nose and lower-down eyelids. The ramous of the mandible affects sensation along the jaw. Conditions affecting the trigeminal nerve along one of these disciplines can lead to numbness of the face.

Lyme disease is a disease transmitted by a spirochete bacteria like organism that lives in a deer tick. Also the disease is transmitted to humans by a tick bite, usually in the summer period. Maryland Medical Center University reports that the Lyme disease symptoms begin with rash in the shape of a bull's eye and usually appear 1 to 2 weeks after the bite. And if it is not treated, the infection goes away and hurts the nervous system. Hence, it causes tingling or tingling in the facial nerves, a condition called Bell's palsy. Antibiotics are a strong treatment for Alzheimer Lyme. UMMC suggests using an insect repellent which has DEET if you tried to venture into the forest during the summer to avoid tick bites.

Numbness in Face and Arm

On the other hand in a 2008, an article published in Journal of the NMS [National-Medical-Association], lead the author JP Mitchell was saying that the numbness of the face could be a first sign of sclerosis. MS [Multiple-sclerosis] is a very autoimmune disease in which the body's immune factor impacts the sheath that covers nerves. This coverage is important for nerves to feed back communication from brain. The symptoms mostly appear between the ages of twenty and forty years and are more able to attack women. The treatment focuses on symptom management and includes drugs like immunosuppressant's and corticosteroids, and that's according to

Numbness in Face 

In people who have got chickenpox, herpes zoster virus could reactivate, causing a disease called shingles. Reactivation of the virus travels along nerve roots, causing numbness and pain. A 2004 an article has been published in the [Minerva-Stomatologica] noticed that the virus has the ability to go away and affects the nerve of trigeminal, causing numbness in the face. And according to, shingles is more likely if the patient had chickenpox was a year ago, more than 60 years or who have a weakened in immune system. With no any kind of treatment, stains and painful red pustules always trace the tingling and numbness. Mayo Clinic has noted that anti-viral drugs such as acyclovir or valacyclovir famciclovir are famous shingles treatments.

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