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Cerebral Palsy And Dealing With Malnutrition
Children with cerebral palsy do not only have problems with their motor skills. This can, actually, be defined or referred to as insufficient growth and development. Children would cerebral palsy would often experience difficulty in eating. Difficulties would include unable to swallow, hyperactive gag reflex, and inability to control feeding. These challenges could be factors on why most children with cerebral palsy are malnourished.
How to Cope with Cerebral Palsy
It is not that easy to say that it is easy to live with cerebral palsy, but the first step in dealing with the disorder is to help others learn how to cope with cerebral palsy.
Risks to Avoid Cerebral Palsy
Medical science has ruled out that cerebral palsy was never a disease. It is a condition that developed inside the womb of the mother during pregnancy. It is a condition where the baby, for various reasons, is born with some damage in the brain which eventually causes problems with the body movements and muscle coordination. Cerebral palsy is not a progressive condition unlike some other neurological conditions or diseases.