Coping With Cerebral Palsy
Explore this Cerebral Palsy site hosted by someone who is coping with their own Cerebral Palsy issues. The video we’ve included is on a mainstream treatment using stem cells. Don’t stop there in your research.
Cerebral Palsy has some treatments, some natural and unnatural ones, like drugs.
On occasion drugs and other mainstream treatments can be helpful. Don’t rule them out.
If there were mainstream medical drugs or conventional treatments that were highly effective, those who profit from them would make them well known without fear of losing their licenses, being arrested, or prosecuted by bureaucrats.
So be sure to search and research for alternatives and natural solutions; because, if they are successful, they will be limited in what they can say.
Search for solutions used in other countries as well.
Be sure to use search engines that are not influenced heavily by their advertisers. Drug companies now spend $5 Billion Dollars annually on advertising.
There is no such thing as an incurable disease. There are only diseases that we have not discovered how to cure or effectively treat yet.
Unfortunately, there are also cures that are actively suppressed and attacked by those dedicated to profit over healing and health.
Really good cures are more likely to come from outside mainstream laboratories than from within them. If it’s a well funded lab, it is seeking to profit from a problem and not eliminate it.
Sites like https://www.cerebralpalsyguidance.com/our-blog/ are good resources. What you find – that may help you and others – will depend a lot on your willingness to look, question, think, and test outside the box of mainstream beliefs.
I encourage you to seek and share what you find; both good and bad. Health freedom, curiosity, questioning, observing, sharing, and a desire to help are our most effective paths to better health and healing for all of us.
What is Cerebral Palsy?
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a neurological disorder that affects a child’s movement, motor skills, and muscle tone. In most cases, cerebral palsy is caused by brain damage that develops while the baby is still in utero or during or shortly after birth.
Cerebral palsy is a congenital disorder, affecting around 500,000 in the U.S.