Will only one Parkinson’s natural therapy work the magic to reverse symptoms associated with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease?
In a handful of cases, I have documented cases where an individual diagnosed with Parkinson’s found that a single approach succeeded in reversing their symptoms. The therapy involved healing an infection – either from a root canal or an infection like candida.
When I analyze results of the annual Parkinsons Recovery Survey, people who report they were feeling better over the previous year report using an average of four natural therapies. The bottom line is that most success stories involve a commitment to embrace a combination of natural therapies that help people get a handle on issues associated with the diagnosis involving toxins, anxiety and stress.
The other compelling result of the Parkinsons Recovery survey this year is the surprising spread of natural therapies reported to have been useful in reversing symptoms associated with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. What is a successful therapy for one person may not be successful for another.
The therapies generally fall into two general categories:
- Movement which includes all forms of exercise
- A wide range of natural therapies that calm the nervous system and support the functionality of the parasympathetic system.
In most cases, implementation of only one among the many Parkinson’s natural therapies that have helped other persons does not necessarily lead to a reversal of your symptoms.
The choices of natural possibilities is wide. Experimentation is needed to discover which of the many Parkinson’s natural therapies will work the magic for you. What may succeed for a friend who experiences similar symptoms may not necessarily be the best solution for you.
Everyone is indeed different! The good news is that there are many Parkinson’s natural therapies have helped people celebrate a reverse of their own symptoms. Set the intention to find the ones that will work the magic for you.
Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease