It is believed that hemifacial spasm occurs when a blood vessel presses on the facial nerve that supplies the muscles to that side of the face.
- Q What muscle or movement control problems are common after a stroke?
- Q How are stroke and shoulder pain related?
- Q What should I do if I am feeling depressed after a stroke?
- Q What is central pain syndrome resulting from a stroke?
- Q How can hemifacial spasm be treated?
- Q Is insomnia common after a stroke?