Results of the 2019 Holiday Parkinsons Recovery Survey
Results of the 2019 Parkinsons Recovery Survey that asked about Parkinsons symptomsÂ replicated results from previous annual surveys.
Bottom Line Result: Parkinson’s is not degenerative.
I asked members of the global Parkinsons Recovery audience who currently experience the symptoms of Parkinson’s to report how they were doing relative to one year ago. Here is the question:
Since last holiday season in 2018 have you been feeling better, the same or worse overall?
One hundred and five (105) individuals responded to the survey. If you happen to buyÂ into the false belief that Parkinson’s is “degenerative” people should report feeling worse with each passing year.Â They will not report that they felt better or have been feeling about the same as last year.
More explicitly, if Parkinson’s is in fact “degenerative” the following results would be reported:
- Number feeling better – 0
- Number feeling the same 0
- Number feeling worse-Â Â 105
Only such a result would confirm the false belief that Parkinson’s is “degenerative.”Â This false belief is never qualified: Everyone is “expected” to be worse off. Isn’t this what you have been told?
This was not – I repeat not – the result of the 2019 Parkinsons Recovery survey. Sixty four percent (64%) of the respondents reported that they were either feeling about the same or better than a year ago.
- Number feeling Better – 19
- Number feeling the same – 49
- Number feeling worse-Â Â 37
Isn’t this result exciting news?
I also asked respondents to list any and all therapies that helped them feel better. Dozens of natural therapies were reported to help reverse symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. I want you to know about several in particular that were reported to have been helpful so I shot videos about a few of them.
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It is high time to get excited about the prospects for recovery! Others are making it happen. So can you.
Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
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