What do I need to do to reverse Parkinson’s disease?
I know of no more difficult question to answer than this one. There is no reference to any Â symptoms that might be experienced. It is tough to provide any focus when there is no clue as to the possible root cause. Might it be heavy metals or pesticides or an infection or lyme disease or tetanus or …? Of course it takes additional investigation to figure out the answers to any of these possibilities, but having no place to start, what is the best answer possible? How in the world can someone reverse Parkinson’s disease?
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How to Reverse Parkinson’s Disease
After researching the factors that aggravate the symptoms associated with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, I have drawn the conclusion that one factor in particular stands out relative to all the other factors. Â It is not toxins, though you would probably think it should be. It is not pesticides, though the research certainly suggests this should stack at the top of anyone’s list. And most curiously, it is not an imbalance of hormones though most people would presume this should be the top factor.
No, the single most important factor that contributes to the symptoms day in and day out is stress. When stress rears its ugly head, symptoms begin to smack people in the face and sometimes knock them over sideways. Of course, this in itself is stressful, so taming the stress demon turns out to be the challenge of a lifetime.
This revelation is why I developed the Parkinsons Recovery Mindfulness program. My honest confession is that I worked long and hard on this project because I was determined to find ways to tame my own stress level.
Be sure to check out any suggestion or recommendation you might discover here (or on any of the many Parkinsons Recovery websites and publications) with your medical doctor before deciding how to proceed. I am a researcher, not a medical doctor. My purpose is to provide persons with Parkinson’s symptoms options that they can discuss with their doctor.
Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease