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No two people will be affected by dystonic cerebral palsy in the same way. A child with this type of cerebral palsy can appear restless and constantly on the move. The muscle spasms may cause twisting, repetitive movements or abnormal postures (dystonia) abrupt, irregular, jerky movements (chorea) or slower sinuous movements (athetosis) or sometimes a combination of these movements (choreoathetosis). The child may also have difficulty holding him / herself upright when sitting or walking.
The child may also have difficulty controlling movements of the face, tongue, lips, jaw, throat and muscles of respiration. This will affect someone’s facial expressions, speech, eating, drinking and saliva control.
The abnormal movements often increase with raised emotions, such as excitement or stress. Relaxation can help reduce these symptoms. The movements usually disappear completely when a person is asleep.
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