Tag: Parkinson’s

Control Parkinson’s disease by avoiding toxins

Now, as someone who’s lived with Parkinson’s disease for over a dozen years, I know how frightening it can be when you’re first diagnosed. It feels like you’re going to have to give up doing the [...]

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Vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids improve Parkinson’s symptoms

Toxic chemicals in the food we eat - and the products we use - can not only bring on but also worsen Parkinson's disease. But according to a new study, you can help shield your brain from toxins [...]

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Exercise helps improve mobility for Parkinson’s sufferers

You might think that Parkinson’s is a disease of too much movement, but it turns out that you may need to move your body MORE to keep this neurodegenerative disease under control. Here are some [...]

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Exercise benefits Parkinson’s patients

A massive data review of 30 years of Parkinson’s research confirms what we already knew about exercise: Doing it regularly can improve a range of physical functions, prevent falls and improve [...]

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ADHD drugs don’t work on Parkinson’s

If you’ve got Parkinson’s, your treatment options are limited; but if your doc tries to give you ADHD medications to alleviate symptoms, they won’t help.

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High-fiber diet keeps your gut healthy

Your overall health is affected by how quickly your body processes the food you eat and moves it through your intestinal tract. It turns out that the faster the foods passes through your gut, the [...]

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