If you are anything like me, you probably don’t need a raging lunatic with a
In Norman Cousins’ book, Anatomy of An Illness, Cousins mentions a placebo study where over
Pressure hits us all. Some people thrive under pressure, while others just cannot deal with
Here are some Tips for Staying Positive and Proactive: Take care of yourself. The more
It’s official–I have a confession! Maybe, it is an obsession, a compulsion, or just a
I have strategies to counteract Parkinson’s disease, but like most of us, I falter and forget to use them. I am exploring a 10 minute a day mind and body exercise program…
Keeping focus and staying mindful is a daily challenge for most of us but add
10 Tips for Staying Positive and Proactive by Karl Robb – asoftvoice.com Take care of yourself. The more you know about Parkinson’s, the better. You play the key role in your own health.
Share your fears with each other and don’t hide your feelings. Show your support and love for one another…
Parkinson’s has taught me to appreciate every day, to appreciate and to truly be grateful for the good things and the simple pleasures in my life. Whether one has Parkinson’s disease or is in perfect health, the realization that a positive outlook not only makes you feel better but makes those around you feel better as well.
Why can’t we have a more progressive healthcare and insurance system that rewards proper nutrition and self-care with lower doctor bills and reduced insurance rates?
There is little doubt that human touch is of benefit to our well-being. When I
I called my Neurologist to get a referral for a Cardiologist with some understanding of PD, PD meds, and the heart.
We expect our loved ones, friends, associates, and colleagues to understand our struggle with this difficult ailment. Rarely, if ever, do two PD patients share the exact same symptoms as the other.