Dealing With Parkinson’s Disease (Ebook & Videos)
Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive disease that takes place within the nervous system. It is marked by muscular rigidity, tremors, and slow movement. It generally affects the middle-aged and elderly people. It is associated with a deficiency of the neurotransmitter dopamine and the degeneration of the basal ganglia in the brain. Once diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, an individual may feel as if their life is over, but in all actuality, you can live with this disease.
Now is the time to make a decision, Do you really learn better & absorb information better in an ebook than watching & listening? It is excellent if you can, however for the vast majority of us the plain fact is, it’s easier to watch & listen to the book than read it!
So if this is you, I’m talking to you!
I urge you to take action: DOWNLOAD NOW FOR ONLY $17
The Full “Dealing With Parkinson’s Disease” Ebook Split Into Video Slides And Read By An Experienced Narrator…
10 Videos In All Covering…
➡ Overview Of What Parkinson’s Disease Is
➡ Just Been Diagnosed…Now What?
➡ Common Medications & Therapies + Natural Alternatives
➡ 5 Steps To Living Better With Parkinson’s Disease
➡ Nutrition & Exercise With Parkinson’s Disease
➡ And Much, Much More..
The book was written by a star science journalist that has Parkinson’s. The author, reveals their inner workings of this perplexing disease. Seven million people throughout the world are currently suffering from Parkinson’s, and researchers, doctors, and patients continue to search for a cure.
In the book, the author shares his own story of how he was diagnosed with this illness. He talks about how scientists have worked to unlock the mystery behind what was called the shaking palsy, from the earliest clinical descriptions of gait freezing, tremors, and micrographia to the edge of neuroscience.
Within the pages of the book, he takes us back to the 1950’s, when the discovery of L-dopa took place. He talks about numerous other therapeutic approaches to this condition, from deep brain stimulation and partial lobotomies to neural grafting.
If you are looking for a book written by someone who is dealing with Parkinson’s Disease himself, look no further. This book is a must read and personally, it has helped me through what I would call one of the hardest parts of my life.