Facial expressions stroke victims
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Differentiating Facial Weakness Caused by Bell\u2019s Palsy vs. Acute Stroke
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Description:Open and close your eyes slowly without moving your brows. Exaggerate each sound, speaking slowly, to get the correct sound and lip movement. They also reported their mood using an existing questionnaire-based measure called the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale HADS , and the two systems were compared. Speak each vowel sound out loud, which works the muscles around your lips and jaw. Specific exercises can help stroke patients regain partial or full mobility in their facial muscles. The volunteers were recruited from stroke clubs, online and via an NHS rehabilitation service. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in photojournalism from California State University at Hayward and a personal trainer certification from the university's Health and Fitness Institute.