How Can I Cope With Parkinson’s Disease?

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Parkinson’s is a disease that causes certain nerve cells in the brain to gradually break down and eventually die. The brain then begins to function abnormally causing the many symptoms of Parkinson’s. Your genes ultimately play a major role in this disease, but there is actually no proven cause of Parkinson’s. Diagnosis usually comes around …read more

What is the Danger in Not Addressing My Parkinson’s Disease?

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Parkinson’s disease itself is not fatal, but the many symptoms that come with it make this disease very serious. Those with Parkinson’s may have lost hope in options being that there is no true cure, but not addressing this disease will only make life more difficult. What is Parkinson’s Disease? Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative …read more

Is Parkinson’s Disease Hereditary?

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Is Parkinson’s Disease Hereditary? Parkinson’s disease is hereditary. Meaning somebody has had it and it’s in your genetic code to have it. But as we know through studies and epigenetics, we don’t express all of our genes. We have a billion genes and at any point in time we only express a handful. When we …read more

Can I Reverse My Parkinson’s Naturally?

The natural process for reversing Parkinson’s symptoms is to change your lifestyle because currently, the medical community only treats your dopamine levels. They just say “you are low in dopamine so we are going to give you more; we are going to give you the synthetic L-dopa.” But, to truly to reverse Parkinson’s you need to …read more

What are the common symptoms of Parkinson’s?

What are the common symptoms of Parkinson’s? Common symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are wheel rigidity of the arm, you can’t get your arms to unstick, you’re rolling pills in your hands, you’re forgetful, you have a lot of musculoskeletal symptoms as far as being able to do what you want to do. They are called …read more

What are the common symptoms of Parkinson’s disease?

Muscular Symptoms: Stiff muscles, difficulty standing and walking, difficulty with bodily movements, involuntary movements, muscle rigidity, slow bodily movement, problems with coordination, or slow shuffling gait. Tremor Symptoms: Tremors can occur at rest, in the hands, limbs or can be postural. Cognitive Symptoms: Amnesia, confusion during evening hours, dementia or difficulty thinking or understanding. Sensory …read more

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

Parkinson’s disease is an autoimmune disease that affects the basal ganglia and substantia nigra of the brain. It’s your own immune system attacking itself. This progressive disorder of the nervous system affects movement. What are the characteristics of Parkinson’s Disease? What it comes down to is most the time an MRI doesn’t show any type …read more