Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease Fatigue

Here’s What You Can Do About Parkinson’s Disease And Fatigue “I can deal with my shaking hand, but what really concerns me the most is my Parkinson’s Disease fatigue. It’s my most frustrating PD symptom.” If that sounds like your situation, you’re not alone as it’s expected more than 50% of people living with Parkinson’s …

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How You Can Overcome Parkinson’s Freezing Gait (Complete Guide)

https://youtu.be/n2-kTkLJe6Q If you’ve been living with Parkinson’s Disease for some time it’s likely you’ve experienced Freezing of Gait episodes. You see, 1 in 2 people living with PD are predicted to experience some form of Freezing of Gait and is a major Parkinson’s disease symptom. If you’re struggling moving through doorways, changes in floor surfaces or …

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Parkinson’s Disease and Brain Plasticity

Parkinson’s Disease and Brain Plasticity: How Virtual Reality Plus Treadmill for Parkinson’s Disease Promotes Brain Changes Tel Aviv University researchers report the dual reality therapy was effective for people at later stages of the disease. About The Parkinson’s Disease and Brain Plasticity Study: The objective of the research was to compare the effects of 2 …

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break the cycle of Parkinson's Disease

Researchers “Break the Cycle” of Parkinson’s Disease

Researchers “Break the Cycle” of Parkinson’s Disease Today’s article brings new light to our understanding of PD especially the role of diet and the Parkinson’s disease and how it may contribute to breaking the cycle of Parkinson’s disease. It’s clear Parkinson’s Disease is a complex interaction of many factors which neuroscience is starting to unravel …

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Australian Researchers Create New Early Parkinson’s Diagnostic Tool

Australian Researchers Create New Early Parkinson’s Diagnostic Tool Chief investigator Dinesh Kumar and his team of researchers at RMIT University have developed the first tool of its kind which is able to diagnose the early signs of Parkinson’s disease before any of the symptoms are evident. The tool is deceptively simple, only requiring paper, a …

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3 Tips for Living with Parkinson’s Disease

3 Tips for Living with Parkinson’s Disease Parkinson’s disease can make those daily tasks such as toileting, bathing, dressing, sleeping and walking much more difficult. Feels like walking up Everest.   Being a progressive condition,  people and their families are often challenged to adapt to the many changes and the disease brings. It’s clear living …

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Tai Chi For Parkinson’s Disease

Tai Chi For Parkinson’s Disease Study reveals how Tai Chi For Parkinson’s Disease is helping people better than stretching or strength exercises. It’s encouraging to see more evidence for effective treatment of Parkinson’s Disease symptoms. Tai Chi for Parkinson’s Disease is now shown to be safe and appears to have no adverse side effects. Furthermore,  …

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Parkinson's Disease Falls Prevention Programs

Parkinson’s Disease Falls Prevention Programs

Parkinson’s Disease Falls Prevention Programs: Do PD exercise programs  prevent falls? I received another call from “John’s” wife, again. It was the call of solidarity that John had had another fall. Despite his Parkinson’s Disease exercises, his falls experience was too numerous to count. Parkinson’s Disease falls prevention programs were a priority for John and …

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