Routine has advantages. Routine makes a practice. A practice leads to becoming comfortable with the routine and finding the benefits of the practice.
Self-care is a topic that I talk about quite a bit, on this blog. During these changing times, it can be easy to forget wellness tools and tips that we have in our toolbox.
Without some sort of plan or framework, it is very easy to get lost along
Diet and Parkinson’s disease seem to go together; which makes complete sense, as reams of research seem to point to the gut as a possible culprit for the illness.
Parkinson’s disease comes with so many unwritten rules. Trying to find all that you need to know about this illness, all in one place, may be frustrating to collect. There is so much to remember and so much that you might forget.
We are excited to provide this collection of exercises and tools that we believe can benefit most anyone! Whether you are an individual, a support group, a social group, or a small informal group, we encourage you to try these exercises and to share it with those who you feel may benefit from it.
Here are some thoughts and tips that I wrote down awhile back and found again-I
Where are you going, what are you doing, how will you get there? Slow it
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.
I recently developed this list for the Parkinson’s Wellness Chapter in Cincinnati (http://www.parkinsonswellness.org/) OH. I thought
Do you find yourself losing track of time? Do you ever miss a dose of
10 TIPS FOR BETTER LIVING WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE (PD)(AND MAYBE SOME OTHER CHRONIC ILLNESSES)
Here are 5 things to consider when picking your doctors if you have Parkinson’s disease.