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Friday, December 1, 2017

Top 5 Ways To Deal With Parkinson's Disease

The Wrap-Up Magazine is dealing with family members who have Parkinson's. It's a everyday battle to deal with. The cause of this disease is unidentified and no cure has still been discovered, but the condition can be treated effectively and kept under control with medication and surgery.

Parkinson’s disease or primary parkinsonism is a progressive deteriorating disorder of the central nervous system which affects the brain cells (neurons) of the substantia nigra region that produce dopamine thus, giving rise to motor symptoms such as tremors and shaking, rigidity and slowness of movement that can eventually lead to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease

Although, the symptoms that are experienced vary from person to person, yet some of the early signs of Parkinson’s are as follows:
Early Signs:
  • Shaking and Tremors in Arms, Face and Legs
  • Difficulty in Walking
  • Slowness of Movement
  • Stiffness of Limbs
  • Problem with Balance and Co-ordination

Causes of Parkinson’s Disease

Although the precise cause of Parkinson’s disease is not known yet, it is caused due to the degeneration and death of brain and nerve cells named neurons and the motor movement is diminished as a result of the death of these cells that work as chemical messengers of the brain. The reduced level of Dopamine in the brain lead to abnormal brain functions.
Top 5 Ways To Deal With Parkinson's Disease
1. Drink caffeine. Having a cup of coffee or can of soda every day may help minimize your risk of developing Parkinson’s. Make sure to stay within recommended daily allowances for caffeine so that you don’t develop other health problems.
2. Sip green tea. In addition to having coffee or tea, green tea may also prevent Parkinson’s.[8] Green tea has compounds called green tea polyphenols, a type of antioxidant, that may eliminate free radicals in your system.
3. Enjoy more peppers. Eating more peppers—red, green, yellow, and orange—may lower your risk for developing Parkinson’s. Incorporate peppers into daily meals and have them as snacks, both of which may help you stave off Parkinson’s when combined with other dietary and lifestyle choices.
4. Be sure to eat lots of fresh, raw vegetables. In addition to eating peppers, having fresh and raw vegetables at every meal may decrease your Parkinson’s risk. This is because low levels of the B vitamin folate, which is also called folic acid, may increase your risk for the disease. You can easily get folic acid by incorporating lots of vegetables in your diet.
5. Boost antioxidant consumption. Oxidative stress, which is a result of free radicals in the body, may contribute to Parkinson’s. Getting rid of free radicals by eating foods with lots of antioxidants may also help prevent Parkinson’s.
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