Cerebral palsy is a protein swelling inside muscle cells and not a problem in the head.
If you do not share my view on child cerebral palsy, I hasten to report that a Nobel laureate 2016 Yoshinori Ohsumi supports and proves it. The scientist was awarded the first prize for the "Discovery of Autophagy Mechanisms". His research confirms that the swelling of muscle cells is a protein "dump". My method of recovering children with cerebral palsy is based on the elimination of protein excess in muscle cells. That is why it is effective in restoring muscle mobility.
Muscle swelling in children with cerebral palsy is caused by a disruption of the "self-eating" process. This occurs at a time when autophagosomes and lysosomes cannot decompose protein excess. You can learn more about the "self-eating" process from this article. During embryonic development, the changes that occur in the embryo tissues develop quickly. This is due to the high autophagy intensity. Some parts of the cell that have fulfilled their direct function are decomposed into chemical compounds. In the process, new organoids are created.
Due to the disruption of the autophagy process, muscle swelling develops in children with cerebral palsy at the sixth week of intrauterine development.
Cerebral Palsy — Treatment
With the knowledge of the cause of this disease, it is possible to focus on the restoration of the muscle mobility of the child. Today, the only way to eliminate protein swelling from muscle cells is the emendic massage. For 30 years, I have successfully applied my methodology and restored many patients with cerebral palsy.
The treatment outcome depends on your desire to help your child. You need to learn my method and work regularly.
Let us find out how muscle movement is restores in cerebral palsy. The treatment involves understanding of the muscle function. They perform the motor function in the human body. They consist of cells containing motor proteins actin and myosin. The muscle constricts and extends. However, due to the autophagy process violation, autophagosomes and lysosomes cannot decompose an excess of protein. It results in swelling.
A good example: you open and close the interior wooden door easily, without effort. However, due to the influence of external factors, for example, moisture, it is wet and swollen, i.e. increased in size. In that case, you cannot close it and open it. If you dry the material, it will return to its previous size and working condition. That is the situation with children with cerebral palsy.
By influencing the muscles of a child with cerebral palsy with correct fixation, I eliminate an excess of protein. As a result, muscles begin to constrict and stretch freely.
You can treat a child with any sincerity degree of cerebral palsy. However, the more sever the patient's disease is, the more time it takes to recover.
How are autophagy mechanisms connected with cerebral palsy?
Long ago, scientists knew that cells could somehow get rid of useless structures and molecules. They knew that there are organoids: lysosomes. In the latter, scientists often found almost completely destroyed fragments of other cellular structures. Different studies discovered autophagosomes. They can be described as "carts" that deliver fragments of cells to lysosomes.
If a component becomes useless in the cell life cycle, a membrane surrounds it. It forms something like a bubble with the organoid inside. The bubble approaches a lysosome and merges with it. As a result, the unnecessary a cell protein component is decomposed into simple parts. Specific enzymes help in this process.
Then a transport protein kinesin "packs" these simple components in a membrane bubble and carries them out of the cell. Scientists were of the opinion that lysosomes are a "dump" for the unnecessary protein structures of the muscle cell. The interesting fact is that cells do not depend on an external source of food at all. They can use available internal resources multiple times. That is what distinguishes them from people.
Proteasomes of muscle cells decompose unnecessary protein into amino acids, which are used several times by the cell to build other proteins.
It was discovered that the daily requirement in protein is 200-300 grams. However, on average, we get only 70 grams of it with food a day. Cells get the rest of the protein from reprocessing their own unneeded proteins in proteasomes. This process is called autophagy.
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