"What Does it Mean to Be Paralyzed?"

The loss of muscle strength is caused due to a certain condition which impedes your movement in a particular affected area of the body, known as paralysis. In this condition, any part of your body or muscle group could be affected by the disorder. The severity of the disorder can be localized, partial, and complete, and it may last for a few months, or may turn out a condition to stay forever.
The occurrence of the condition does not follow any time, gender, age and race. Any human species can experience this condition, and when it occurs it does not bring with it a chronic sensation of pain.

How Paralysis Can Occur to You?
The motor pathway is the chain of nerve cells running from the brain to the spinal cord, and muscle of the body. A sensory signal of a constant communication must come from this pathway for muscle to perform specific physical functions. Any kind of damage to these minute nerve cells of the motor pathway can hinder the brain’s ability to control the muscle movements. Due to this, a condition called paresis can occur to the sufferers, making their muscles weak. And a complete blockage to the brain impedes the communications, and prevents the sufferer from making any willed movement at all.  

The lack of muscle control to move at free will is considered to be paralysis. Sometimes, we can be attacked by genetic abnormalities in muscle, which leads us to suffer from the periodic paralysis. In such case, the muscle weakness fluctuates, and comes and goes.

A Clear Insight Into The Paralysis
As paralysis can be very whimsical, its characteristic is tough to understand. Generally, we can blame it on the weakness, which generally form as a paralysis. On the other hand, we can store muscle strength in the paralyzed limb, so that by using a regenerative treatment we can restore our strength to move once again.
However, there are different types of paralysis, which can be daunting and debilitating for us.

Types Of Paralysis
We tend to distinct between paralyses based on the location it puts an impact.
When only one part of the body is affected, it is termed as localized paralysis. On the contrary to this, we have other forms of paralysis as well, that affects the muscle groups in our body.
·Monoplegia- it affects only one arm or leg.
·Hemiplegia- the arm and leg on the same side of the body are affected at the same time.
·Paraplegia- this affects both the legs of your body.
·Quadriplegia- as the name suggests, it affects all four limbs of your body together.

The occurrence of paralysis can be understood easily. The loss of strength in a specific muscle group, leading to perform any activities can be considered as paralysis. Instead of excruciating pain in the muscle, you will have numbing and tingling sensation in the muscle before you can experience the heavy paralysis strokes.  

Factors Prompting Paralysis
Generally, stroke is the leading cause of paralysis in as many as 30% of cases, while spinal cord injury is estimated to increase its risk in 23% of cases. Many people may be born paralyzed, many conditions like accidents and medical conditions can result in permanent paralysis.

If you have any such symptoms of paralysis, you must consult your doctor before  the matter goes out of your hand.