It’s that sensation of uncomfortable tingling, prickling, skin-crawling or numbness in the hands or feet. This usually occurs following pressure or strain on the muscle during normal as well as sedentary activities.
Bell’s palsy is weakness on one side of the face that may be associated with stiffness or numbness.
Its actual cause is generally unknown but we suspect it may be associated with a recent viral illness that may have gone unnoticed.
For centuries worldwide, people with epilepsy have faced fear, misunderstanding, discrimination and social stigma due to incorrect knowledge of the disease.
We hope that by continuing to share facts about the condition, readers would be enlightened about epilepsy and ensure change in how we relate with people who suffer from epilepsy.