It will get better!

September 10, 2010 at 1:13 pm

Over time when you start getting better it should improve. Should is the key word. When my balance is off it makes me not trust my legs at all. Just hang in and keep your head up.

it will get better

August 29, 2008 at 8:06 pm

I got Bell’s palsy from GBS in 2005, and I was worried like Sharon about my newborn copying my crooked face! I worked with a speech therapist and used biofeedback to help retrain the muscles and prevent crossover of nerves. She placed pads with wires to the different muscle groups and helped me focus on contracting. A readout would show if I was moving the correct muscle for smiling, frowning, puckering, etc. It is a lot better now, but I am still a work in progress! Just keep positive.-Kim