The posture suffers and changes when CP is present. It is the most obvious symptom of this health condition. The consequence is the distraction of healthy balance so that the child may get lost, disorientated, or confused. It is possible to notice this symptom as the kid starts to grow actively. A normal posture should be symmetrical; thus, an unhealthy one is asymmetrical. If the two sides of the body do not repeat each other exactly, it might be a warning sign. In the case of asymmetry, the extremities may be different in length or some other features.
Feeding time is one more important factor to consider when trying to identify CP. The disorder has a negative impact on the kid’s motor skills meaning movement. Any deviations reveal the neurological nature of movements, and that is what influences the overall body movements such as the activities a person has to do with his or her mouth (e.g., while eating, drinking, or talking). Many young patients who suffer from CP develop a swallowing ability over time. It results in the hindering while consuming meals.