Home Therapy For Parkinson’s?
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Hi Rudi, thank you for your question
Parkinson's is a condition in which patients experience gradual degeneration (decreased function) of nerve cells in the midbrain. The human midbrain functions in general to regulate the coordination of body movements. So that in patients with this disease the most striking symptom is stiffness in some parts of the body or smooth shaking when members of the body are rested (resting tremor).
Until now there has not been found a drug that can cure Parkinson's disease, but some drugs can be used to treat symptoms such as tremors and impaired body function. In addition, patients are also advised to do physiotherapy, speech therapy and regular check-ups so that doctors can monitor the progress of the patient's disease.
What you can do at home is to modify your diet, such as increasing your intake of fiber and drinking water to prevent constipation. If the patient has low blood pressure or often feels dizzy when standing up, the intake of salt consumption can be increased to overcome this.
So, I hope it's useful