Frozen facial muscles
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Symptoms – Mask-like Expression
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Your facial muscles may appear to droop or become weak. . to paralysis. Botox injections that freeze the muscles, as well as physical therapy, can help.
Description:Not all people with PD experience the same symptoms , or to the same severity. When people with PD have a mask-like expression, their face has less facial movements and appears less animated. The scientific term for this is hypomimia, which means a reduction in the expressiveness of the face that is marked by diminished animation and movement of the facial muscles. When PD affects the facial muscles, causing a mask-like expression, many of the nonverbal cues are not present, which may lead to challenges communicating with others and negatively impact relationships. The relationships most often affected are those with family and friends, as well as relationships with healthcare providers. The emotion behind the words may be further compromised by a monotone voice , another symptom that makes it difficult for a person with PD to vary the tone of their voice.