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A-Z Parkinson's: E
Hello, lovelies. As you may have seen on Twitter after all this time Covid has hit our household. I am very frustrated as we have been so very careful! However not one to let high fever interfere with a newsletter about chronic illness…I present the letter E 😉
Good food and diet are important to sustained health in Parkinson’s.
This act of consumption challenged by cutlery and soup. Try finger food.
Parkinson’s is often referred to as an affliction of advanced years.
But as in the entertainment industry, can be applied to anyone below 35.
A mythical power that occurs at inopportune moments, namely 3 am. Difficult to store or generate.
Subject to price hikes.
Many factors can make living with Parkinson’s difficult and adjustments to living and working spaces need to be taken. An occupational therapist can support.
You can begin by making changes:
a) A comfortable armchair by a fire with an easily accessible wine rack and bookshelf nearby.
b) Child slaves. Mine are trained and can be hired for a small fee.
Proven to reduce Parkinson’s symptoms and possible degeneration. Essential for mental health.
A complex cycle of knowing you’ll feel better for doing it but lacking the dopamine to motivate you. When you spend most hours of the day with your body shaking, trembling and twisting it is hard to feel that you haven’t already got your steps in.
All. The. Time.
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