Paralysis is when you can’t move certain parts of your body once something goes wrong with their connection to your brain. It comes in many various forms and may be temporary or permanent.
Someone who is paralytic because of a birth defect or unexpected injury usually can’t feel or move something at all in their affected body components.
Paralysis will cause issues with blood flow, breathing, however well your organs work, speaking or swallowing, sexual responses, or dominant the urge to travel to the toilet, depending on location of the nerve.
The Main symptoms of paralysis is that the incapacity to move a part of your body, or failure to move the complete body. Paralysis will begin all of a sudden or step by step. In some cases it comes and goes.
Paralysis will have an impact on any given a part of the body, such as:
- When just one leg or arm is affected, it’s known as monoparesis
- When one aspect of the body is affected it’s known as paralysis
- If both the legs get affected, it’s known as paraparesis
- If both arms and legs are affected, it’s called quadriplegia or tetraplegia
Part of the body that is affected will be:
- Stiff (this is spastic paralysis), with infrequent muscle spasms
- Floppy ( this is often flaccid paralysis)
- Numb, sore or prickly
- Cerebral palsy
- Post-polio syndrome
- Traumatic brain injury
- Birth defects
DIFFERENT TYPES OF PARALYSIS
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