Sedentary habits and low physical activity are well-known risk factors for diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disorders. Children with cerebral palsy commonly have lower levels of daily physical activity than children with typical development, which may put them at higher risk of developing diseases associated with increased sedentary time. New research suggests that individuals with CP should be encouraged to engage in regular physical activities from the age of three and continuing throughout their lifetimes. This recommendation is particularly important for individuals with more severe motor function impairment, as they are at the greatest risk of increased sedentary time and its associated risks.
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