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Carnie Wilson disorder

Carnie Wilson disorder, Carnie singer and TV host, has announced that she was diagnosed with Bell's Palsy. She announced her diagnosis via Twitter last week, saying: "Just wanted you all 2 know that I have Bell's Palsy on side of face right now. Scary, unfortunate, but it goes away. A challenge! Love u." Bell's Palsy is a relatively rare nerve disorder that can cause paralysis of muscles in the face of sufferers. Carnie Wilson in this file photo She had hinted about her health in previous tweets. She tweeted March 12: "I'm having such challenges right now - I'm praying for peace, health , order and serenity. Love everyone's tweets back to me. Luv u allxxxx." Fans responded to her diagnosis, offering their support and prayers for the actress. "Praying for you, mama! Sending love & positive thoughts your way!" one fan wrote on the singer's Twitter. Another posted, "Thoughts and prayers are with you. Stay strong an

Carnie Wilson disorder, With Facts

Carnie Wilson disorder, Carnie has announced that she suffers from a disorder called Bell's Palsy. Little is known by most people about the condition apart from that it is some kind of facial paralysis. Singer Carnie Wilson (R) and husband Rob Bonfiglio arrives at the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards show at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, Nevada June 27, 2010. Here are nine facts about Bell's Palsy, as promoted by the National Institutes of Health: What is Bell's Palsy? It is a form of temporary facial paralysis which is produced as a result of damage or trauma of the facial nerves. The facial nerve is found in a narrow, bony canal (called the Fallopian canal) in the skull, beneath the ear, to the muscles on each side of the face. In Bell's Palsy the function of the facial nerve is disrupted, and the messages sent from the brain to the facial muscles are interrupted, which results in facial weakness or paralysis. Why is it called Bell's Palsy? F