Cerebral paralysis is considered a neurological disorder caused by a non-progressive brain injury or malformation that occurs while the child's brain in under development. the cerebral palsy of a brain injury or brain malformation.
THE CAUSES OF CEREBRAL PALSY
An unborn child may have suffered an injury to the brain or had an abnormal development of brain tissue. These are called "prenatal causes", which means they occurred before birth.
Symptoms include exaggerated reflexes, floppy or rigid limbs, and involuntary motions. These appear by early childhood.difficulty with bodily movements, muscle rigidity, permanent shortening of muscle, problems with coordination, stiff muscles, overactive reflexes, involuntary movements, muscle weakness, muscle spasms, or paralysis of one side of the body.
A woman can help reduce the risk of preterm birth when looking for early monitoring and regular prenatal care and avoiding cigarettes, alcohol and illicit drugs.