Relief from Parkinson’s Symptoms Through Better Hydration

A letter about recovering from the symptoms of Parkinson’s from Mary:

I am enjoying reading your new book [Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease: http://www.parkinsonsdisease.me] and look forward to trying some new things for myself that are mentioned in there.

I  know that the dehydration thing is right on for me. I started drinking lots more water this past summer at my friend’s insistent urging. And it has really been so helpful.  I  already have the Aquas [http://www.aquas.us] and will start doing those again in the morning and evening and see what happens.

I had remembered that in 6-08 and 12-08 after two surgeries  I had felt much better. I had thought that it could have a couple of things that made me feel better.  One was the O2 that I received during the surgeries. I have sleep apnea and having 02 might have made a difference. I also thought that it could have been the IV’s hydrating me.

Well I went into the hospital in Oct. 09 and stayed there for three days, recovering from  a kidney infection . I slept and rested for three days (admitted through ER with 104 degree fever) and had  an IV 24/7 all those days. What a difference!

Mary

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Parkinsons Recovery

Resources

Cruise to Alaska
Jump Start to Wellness
Parkinsons Recovery Chat Room
Symptom Tracker
Parkinsons Recovery Radio Network
Aqua Hydration Formulas

Books

Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
Pioneers of Recovery

Five Steps to Recovery
Meditations for Parkinsons

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