Is a recovery possible following a Parkinson’s diagnosis?
If you start from the premise that every disease has a cause, then it’s logical that, by addressing those origins, you can effect change. In the case of Parkinson’s, that means a reduction or elimination of symptoms and bringing a halt to its unwelcome progression.
In my 5 years of research into the origins of Parkinson’s, I have read tens of books and hundreds of scientific studies which point to the multifactorial causes behind neurological diseases. By acting upon those findings, and which included changing my diet, taking nutritional supplements and eliminating toxins, I have made a considerable recovery.
This recovery has been in three stages. The first stage, at the beginning of my research, occurred within 6 months of me changing diet and taking nutritional supplements. That saw my crippling rigidity melt away and return me to mobility.
The second stage lasted almost 4 years. This period saw me implement refinements to my diet and supplements program, introduce an exercise regime and focus on toxin elimination. This stage saw any progression cease and a general, though not startling improvement.
The third stage was triggered at the end of 2017, when I began to explore new therapies. Within a few months, I’d seen more positive developments than in the previous 4+ years. My voice is restored to something approaching full strength. My muscles have strengthened something like 200%. The improvement in my manual dexterity means that I can undertake tasks previously beyond my capabilities. Importantly, I’m still work-in-progress!
I’m in far better shape than at the time since my diagnosis, in 2011. There aren’t many people with Parkinson’s who can say that. Others, who have followed a similar course of action, write to me sharing their stories of improvement and living well.
Everything I’ve learned and implemented is shared in these following pages. You can use the information shared here to go it alone or, you can email me at email@example.com, and I’ll put you in contact with a practitioner who can guide you.
There are no guarantees that, by following the steps to recovery shared on these pages, you will also see the same degree of recovery. There is one thing I can guarantee, though. If you do not take control of your health and do nothing to address the potential causes of Parkinson’s, then your disease will progress.
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