Man suffering from Parkinson Disease. Having tremor in the hands, legs, arms, or head. Difficulty walking, and slow movement.

Parkinson Disease: Causes, Prevention, and Natural Treatments

Complete Guide to Parkinson Disease

Natural Treatments for Parkinson Disease

Nitric oxide
Keto Diet / No Carbs Di
Mediterranean Diet
Collagen Diet
Intermittent Fasting
Water fasting
MIND diet
Elimination diet
Atkins Diet / Low Carbs
Milk Thistle / Silybum
Cannabis / CBD
Brahmi / Bacopa monnier
Psyllium Husk / Plantag
Bala / Sida Cordifolia
Centella Asiatica / Got
Tulsi / Holy Basil
Tribulus Terrestris / G
Turmeric / Curcumin / H
Ashwagandha / Withania
Velvet Bean / Mucuna Pr
MCT oil (Medium Chain T
Vacha / Acorus Calamus
Spikenard / Nardostachy
Orthomolecular Medicine
Vitamin B3 / Niacin
Vitamin E
NAD / NMN / Nicotinamid
NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine)
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)
Vibration therapy
Black Coffee
Apitherapy Bee Venom Th
Vitamin B Complex
Coenzyme Q10 / Ubiquino
Vitamin K / Menaquinone
Vitamin D
Vitamin B12
Ginkgo biloba
Jyotishmati / Celastrus

Parkinson Disease Dos and Don'ts

Patients with Parkinson’s need to eat whole foods that are rich in nutrients such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and good types of fat.

Foods that have been sprayed with pesticides and herbicides can have detrimental effects on brain health. Exposure to pesticides can result in nerve cell degeneration, causing

Patients with Parkinson’s should engage in gentle exercise to prevent muscle stiffness. This makes doing everyday tasks easier for patients.

Stress can cause parts of the brain to shrink. It might also damage brain cells, increasing the risk of Parkinson’s disease or contributing to its development.

Patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) may face trouble completing their daily tasks. Having assistive devices or tools in their homes can ease tasks such as bathing,

Progressive resistance exercise has shown to reduce the symptoms of Parkinson and improve the muscle activation patterns.

Patients with Parkinson’s should get at least 8 hours of sleep per night to maintain brain health. Research links poor sleep to worsening Parkinson’s symptoms.

Individuals with Parkinson’s may already suffer from balance impairment and have an unsteady gait. Drinking alcohol might make their balance and involuntary jerky

Consumption of dairy milk has been associated with increased risks of developing Parkinson’s disease. However, recent research suggests that dairy milk consumption does

Processed foods contain toxins and additives. These might negatively affect brain health and make Parkinson’s symptoms worse.

Added sugar make Parkinson’s symptoms worse. Excess sugar can increase inflammation in the brain. It may also cause parts of the brain to shrink, which affects memory

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