Monday, September 22, 2014

Parkinson's Disease, Epilepsy, Muscle spasms

Parkinson's disease (or, simply, Parkinson's) is the most common form of parkinsonism, a group of motor system disorders. It is a slowly progressing, degenerative disease that is usually associated with the following symptoms, all of which result from the loss of dopamine-producing brain cells:

  • Tremor or trembling of the arms, jaw, legs, and face
  • Stiffness or rigidity of the limbs and trunk
  • Bradykinesia (slowness of movement)
  • Postural instability, or impaired balance and coordination
Dopamine is a substance produced in the body that has many effects, including smooth and coordinated muscle movement.

In Parkinson's disease and epilepsy, you must first perform a program to restore the memory and only then start the COMPLEX .
Even when the diagnosis of Parkinson's disease or epilepsy can not be ruled out any program blocks. Only the consistent implementation of all blocks can provide efficiency program, regardless of the formulation of a diagnosis.

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1 comment:

  1. How my son survived epilepsy.
    My son at the age of 13 suffered from terrible seizures as a result of the terrible condition called epilepsy and this was very humiliating and life threatening because he was continuously on life support drugs and medicines but none seemed to cure all they did was revive him and the seizure kept coming to him this lasted for 8 more years. The last time he had seizure in may last year i was called where i worked that my son had a terrible seizure, he was also revived from that but that day i wept. I was fortunate enough to explain my ordeal to a friend who invited Dr. Joseph who came and started treating my son with his medicine at our house for two months and in 3 months the seizure never happened again they were gone and even up till now he is very fine without any epileptic symptoms. Today he 22 and i believe he has been cured. Epilepsy has a cure simply try to reach the doctor on (josephalberteo@gmail.com) for more information about his treatment process or how to get his medicine. Do not give up on yourself, i hope my son's story motivates you.

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