Prader-Willi syndrome? What is this syndrome actually? Well,even me also don't know this syndrome. Let's tackle this syndrome here.

Actually Prader-Willi syndrome, in most cases due to a spontaneous mutation of genes on chromosome 15 which occurs during the arrest. In rare cases, the mutation is inherited.

What are the symptoms of Prader-Willi syndrome;

Often people with this experience the symptoms of the disorder in two phases.

Phase 1 - Children with Prader-Willi syndrome may have low muscle tone which affects your ability to get this right. Because of this, they need special nutritional assistance to eat and they may have trouble gaining weight. The situation is better as they grow.

Phase two years - between the ages of 1 and 6, children with the disorder may feel constant hunger is insatiable appetite, which means you never feel full.

When you eat more, but because they have less muscle mass, not burning as many calories as normal pairs leading to the development of life-threatening obesity if the diet was not kept under strict control.

Other symptoms that may affect people with Prader-Willi syndrome include

Behavioral problems such as stubbornness or temper tantrums

Delayed motor skills and speech by low muscle tone

cognitive problems, ranging from near normal intelligence and mild mental development, Learning difficulties are common

repetitive thoughts and verbalizations

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