We put together some tips on slowing the progression of Parkinson’s, it is a slowly progressive disorder that affects movement, muscle control, and balance.
While there is still no cure for Parkinson’s, there are medications that can help. You can also take extra measures to slow oxidation. No matter where you are in your Parkinson’s diagnosis, here are some ways to slow further progression.
1. Take Coenzyme Q10 Regularly.
Coenzyme Q10 is most used for conditions that affect the heart such as heart failure, chest pain (angina), and high blood pressure. It is also used for preventing migraine headache, Parkinson disease, and many other conditions
2. Get a Daily Dose of Vitamin E and Vitamin C.
Taken together, vitamins C and E help keep your cardiovascular system healthy by reducing the amount of harmful build-up on the walls of your arteries. In addition, vitamin C strengthens the immune system, improves both eye and lung function, and helps the body heal.
3. Healthy Diet.
Follow a low-fat, low-calorie diet high in fruits, vegetables, and beans.
4. Drink Green Tea.
Green tea has been consumed in China for thousands of years as a health-boosting drink. It is the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body.
Get at least 20 minutes a day of physical activity three days a week. A good option is walking back and forth in the shallow end of the pool. If you find you can’t exercise on your own, get your doctor to write you a prescription for physical therapy.
Exercise to help you with balance:
The Parkinson’s Foundation
We also found a very beneficial booklet from The Parkinson’s Foundation. The Parkinson’s Foundation makes life better for people with Parkinson’s disease by improving care and advancing research toward a cure. They have a wealth of information about Parkinson’s, activities and resources.
Follow the link below to read about fitness and Parkinson’s:
Follow the link below for practical insights, tips & tricks and research for people with Parkinson’s Disease and caregivers, from the insiders’ perspective.
Click below for a guide from Dr. Siddharth Kharkar, a certified Neurologist, with a special interest in Movement disorders.
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