I have experienced the same exact symptoms as you listed, I couldn't of worded it any better. I am a 24 old male and extremely healthy. I take pride in my health and never had any sort of issue before. I of course was concerned so I went to the doctor's yesterday. My doctor explained it is a case of Bell's Palsy. It is can be moderate to severe for people who get this. Fortunately this usually does go away. I was prescribed Prednisone and Acyclovir. I recommend you research Bell's Palsy because it is most likely what you are experiencing. The most likely reason to get it is from high amounts of stress. However other reasons include lyme disease, signs of stroke, severe blow to the head, or even a certain strand of herpes. Though I wouldn't worry I still I recommend you see your doctor.
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