Cerebral palsy is first of all characterized by the improper muscle tone. A muscle tone predetermines a correct posture. Whenever the muscles stop coordinating simultaneously, it can result in a wrong tone and limited movement. The fluid then hardly moves across the organism. The muscles tend to move and contract at once. That is why they need enough fluid. The core solution is to pass a course of the physical therapies to get full control over the muscles again.

One more symptom a person may have a cerebral palsy is holding the head up all the time. A muscle impairment may lead to the uncommon postures and gestures. One of them is a desire to hold a head up continuously. This type of disorder influences the balance when the posture is not fully formed. The kids cannot move their neck for some time. It results in the need to hold the head up.