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 What is Paralysis?

Paralysis occurs because of improper muscle function, which generally results in a sensory loss in the part of the body that is affected. It is mostly a result of damage to the spinal cord; that affects the central nervous system of the body. As per global research, 1 out of 50 persons has to deal with some kind of paralysis during his lifetime.

An individual may either suffer from partial or full paralysis because of a number of causes which include- trauma, polio, nerve damage, multiple sclerosis, stroke, cerebral palsy as well as other medical issues. It is the complete muscle function loss in the affected area, thus it should not be mistaken for muscle weakness or numbness. Paralysis may be accompanied by other symptoms like- fainting spells, confusion, headaches, drooling and behavioural changes, problems with speaking or writing, nausea or vision loss.

What are the different types of paralysis?

In Paralysis condition you unable to move certain body parts. It happens when something goes wrong between the condition of your brain and muscles. It can be complete or partial . Paralysis can occur on both sides of your body, lower half of the legs, or one side of the body.

The following are the various types of paralysis:


  1. Complete Paralysis: In this condition, you do not feel any sensation in your muscles neither you can move or control your muscles.
  2. Partial Paralysis: It is a condition in which you can feel some sensation in your muscles. The other terms for this type are ‘paresis’ and incomplete paralysis.
  3. Localised paralysis: It affects in a particular area. This could be your face, feet, hands or vocal cords.
  4. Generalised paralysis: This type can affect more than one body part at a time. This includes:


Monoplegia: It affects only one arm or a leg

Diplegia: This type of generalised, affects both the arms or legs or both sides of the face

Hemiplegia: This type affects just one side of the human body. This condition occurs due to a stroke.

Quadriplegia: Also known as tetraplegia, it affects both the arms and the legs are paralysed along with some organs.

Paraplegia: The body below the waist portion is paralysed in such type.


  1. ocked-in syndrome:L It is the rarest form of paralysis. In this type, a person loses control over every part of the body except the muscles which control their eye movement

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