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1 edition of Living with Parkinson"s disease. found in the catalog.

Living with Parkinson"s disease.

Living with Parkinson"s disease.

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Published by Parkinson"s Disease Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parkinsonism -- Treatment -- Popular works.,
  • Parkinsonism -- Physical therapy -- Popular works.,
  • Parkinsonism -- Patients -- Rehabilitation -- Popular works.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsFranklyn, Sue., Perry, Alison., Beattie, Alison., Parkinson"s Disease Society.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18906362M

    Parkinson's Disease Guide Parkinson's disease usually begins between the ages of 50 striking about 1% of the population in that age group; it . This book is the sum total of twenty-one years experience and research in living a life with Parkinson's Disease. It's chock-full of vital facts, helpful hints and critical information all in one easy to read book.

    Inspiring New Book On Parkinson's Disease is now available Finding Balance Living With Parkinson's Disease. When Brian Hall's symptoms first appeared in at the age of 14, he really had no idea how serious a medical battle or the toll that it might take on him. People with Parkinsons can often have trouble with sleep. This can be cause by: Pain – dystonia. Discomfort – wearing off. Toilet – need to use the toilet times/night. Restless Legs. Can often be rectified with additional or new medication. Death and Dying: Parkinson’s disease does not .

    02 Introduction: How (and How Not) to Use this Book 03 How this Book Was Created 04 Tenets of Living with Parkinson’s Disease 06 Getting to Know Parkinson’s Disease The path to diagnosis, common symptoms and emotional changes that can occur when adjusting to life with PD, plus first steps to consider.   But after my first year living alone with Parkinson's disease, it became far too easy to relate to! After moving last summer, I faced the exciting but .


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In Parkinson's disease, these dopamine-producing. A diagnosis of Parkinson's disease is life changing. You'll need long-term treatment to control your symptoms, and you may eventually have to adapt the way you do simple everyday tasks.

Everyone's experience of living with Parkinson's is different, but there are lots of issues and challenges shared by many people living with the condition. Living with Parkinson’s disease can quickly consume the spirit of the patient and his or her family.

This strain, a result of frequent physical pain, inconsistent moods, and more practical adjustments like job changes and lifestyle adjustments. Living with Parkinson's Disease can be made easier with the use of psychological services when necessary.

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