I love Spring, and cannot wait for the weather to retreat! Spring means sun, warmth, and the rebirth of flora and fauna. Greenery galore and the eruption of color come with the season. It means more time outside to explore and take new photographs.
If you are having a less good day, here are a few ways to improve your day:
Book, create, initiate, or invite someone or make a plan for something to look forward in the near and distant future. By having something to look forward to (no matter how small), you create a to do item that you can work towards. Maybe you want to see a favorite band in concert or go to your favorite ice cream parlor, you are making plans.
Keep social and active! Get out and share information and good times with others!
Get Some Sun-but be cautious
Almost all Parkinson’s disease patients are low in vitamin D. PD patients who take Levadopa may be more be sensitive to sunlight. I see a Dermatologist at least once a year and suggest that you see one at least for a once a year checkup.
Some days are better than others–just remember that tomorrow is another day!
In Reference To My Art (up above)
Allergies, neck pain/headache, morning slowness, sinus congestion, post nasal drip, and cough all may come with the pollen explosion that comes with this time of year. I tend to not drink enough water and keep hydrated. I’m trying to drink more water. Stay hydrated!
Posted on March 20, 2017, in A Soft Voice book, Dealing and Healing Workbook, Education, Education & Support, Health, Media & Trends, Parkinson's Disease, Philosophy, Wellness and tagged a soft voice in a noisy world, Aspire, blog, book, cure, Disease, doctor, doctors, Don't Hide, Get some sun-but be cautious, Happy Spring!, Health, hydrated, illness, Karl Robb, media, medicine, My Art, nature, news, Parkinson's Disease, positive thinking, stress, support. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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