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Sleeping with wet hair may cause facial paralysis?

The adults usually say not to sleep when the hair is wet  because it is not good for the health. Some of us do not listen and ignore the advice of adults and still continue to have been involved with the bad habit.

But the warning of older people is realistic and really harmful to health, as you continue to do so you may experience facial paralysis.  It is the loss of movement of your facial muscle due to nerve damage. Some other muscles of your face can weaken and it can be affected of other part of your face.

It tends to happen suddenly or slowly until it is worse and can also cause flirt or permanent effect on the face.

Experts say our body is in a state of relaxation every time we sleep so our body's energy is only weak at these times.  When a person sleeps with wet hair the blood in the veins is quickly absorbed by the cold and infections that can cause facial paralysis.  So experts recommend avoiding doing this especially for women.

Here are some other causes of facial paralysis:

- inflammation of the root of the face
- infection
- bells palsy
- head trauma
- stroke

When you feel these symptoms consult your doctor immediately as they can lead to facial paralysis as follows:

- facial numbness
- the muscles of the face are unable to move
- difficulty opening the mouth
- facial dropping
- pain in neck and back of ear

To prevent this, we must pay attention to these bad habitats so that our illness will not worsen.

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