Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a term used to describe a set of neurological conditions that affect movement. It is the most common form of childhood disabilities. The condition makes it hard to move certain parts of the body. There are many degrees of severity. Because of damage to certain parts of the brain, voluntary or involuntary movements or both can be affected.

It does not necessarily affect intelligence or cognitive ability, and it is not progressive, so it does not get worse with age. Some people find that symptoms improve over time. People with cerebral palsy tend to have a normal lifespan, and in many cases, a good quality of life can be expected. An infant with cerebral palsy may have muscular and movement problems, including poor muscle tone. Features can include overdeveloped or underdeveloped muscles leading to stiff or floppy movements, poor coordination and balance known as ataxia, involuntary and slow writhing movements or athetosis, stiff muscles that contract abnormally, known as spastic paralysis, crawling in an unusual way and a limited range of movement.

Other signs and symptoms include late achievement of developmental milestones such as crawling, walking, or speaking, hearing and eyesight problems, problems controlling bladder and bowel movements, seizures, drooling, and problems with feeding, sucking, and swallowing and being easily startled.

Symptoms normally start to show during the first three years of life.In this condition of Cerebral Palsy Vedagram has been able to bring considerable improvement in the children with the help of experts in the field providing the best ayurvedic treatments

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