Are you wondering what role — if any — herbal remedies may be able to play in the treatment of Parkinson's disease? While more research is needed, a few natural remedies show some promise.
Many Parkinson's disease patients struggle with anxiety and depression. How do you recognize the symptoms, and what treatments are available to help you?
Many Parkinson's disease patients come to struggle to swallow as their condition progresses, something known as dysphagia. What can you do to make it easier?
These six body-based alternative therapies are safe for Parkinson's disease patients — and have research to suggest they actually work backing them up. Which one do you fancy?
Many people with Parkinson's disease suffer from low blood pressure, especially associated with postural changes. What can you do to fight this common but potentially dangerous problem?
A very significant subset of Parkinson's disease patients develop dementia at some point during the course of their condition. How can dementia best be managed in people with Parkinson's?
Most people are familiar with the typical symptoms of Parkinson's disease, like tremors, stiffness, and slow movement. Parkinson's can, however, lead to a whole host of symptoms you may not have known about.
Parkinson's disease patients are more likely than others to encounter bladder and bowel trouble. What can you do to overcome them?
Daytime fatigue is a common problem among people with Parkinson's disease. What causes it, and what can you do to feel more energized?
Many Parkinson's disease patients suffer from disordered sleep. What usually causes this, and what can you do to get a better night's sleep?