Spastic Cerabal Palsy is a medical developmental disorder caused by damage to the brain. The damage to the brain can occur before birth, or during birth. Cerabal Palsy can also occur in the early years of life.
M1 is the name given to one of the principal areas of the brain that deals with motor function. The term cerabal refers to the brain, and the term palsy refers to the motor function of the brain.
Cerabal palsy can affect movement and co-ordination, it can also affect posture and balance.
Sufferers of cerabal palsy having difficulty with movement, for example walking and other every day functions.
Speech can also be affected, as can the function of swallowing.
At the moment there is no cure for cerabal palsy. The treatment for the condition is normally regular physiotherapy. Exercise plans which include stretching can maintain muscle and limb function or improve it.
Sometimes surgery is recommended for growth problems, and speech therapy is offered for those with difficulty in communicating.
Medication is given for stiffness of muscles and joints.
Alternative to traditional medicine, CBD (cannabidiol), is now being favoured for the treatment of cerabal palsy.
CBD products such as CBD flowers and oil are a promising option.
Those who suffer with cerabal palsy can experience poor sleep, and CBD is well known now for it's relaxing and calming effect. The spasticity of cersbal palsy can also be treated with CBD, as it can relax muscles and also is an anti-inflammatory.
CBD oil is probably the most versatile way to use this powerful derivative of the hemp plant. A few drops under the tongue is quite effective, and ensures rapid delivery into the system.
CBD does not have the psychoactive effect on the brain, unlike THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), also found in hemp.
CBD products are safe to use and non-addictive.
Guided by European Regulations CBD undergoes rigorous checks and analysis to ensure it is fit for purpose.