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Does Anyone Else Have Increased Pain While Sleeping Or Use A Specific Type Of Pillow To Relieve Pressure On The Upper Arms And Hands?
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I have been having trouble sleeping lately due to discomfort in my upper arms and hands/fingers. I’m a side sleeper and use a cpap machine. I wake with “stuck” fingers, stiff arms, and can’t open/close my hands. Please share any strategies that have been effective for you 🫂

A MyParkinsonsTeam Member

I have tried so many pillows, would be so happy to find one that really works.

What Is The Best Pillow To Use For Someone Who Has A Hump And Has Neck Pains Due To Parkinson's
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What is the best pillow to use for someone who has a hump and has neck pains due to Parkinson's

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Thank you so much! I will research that and look on Amazon for it...

Extreme Paranoia As Side Effect Of Carbidopa?
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Newbie here. At a loss of how I can help my family. My father has been on Sinemet for months-- taking the pills makes life "kind of" worth living again, but the negative side effects are beginning to take a toll. He is very paranoid and jealous, accusing his spouse of cheating. It's becoming so difficult for her, who does nothing but love him and take care of him at the expense of her own mental health. She tries to explain to him that this is a side effect of the medication, but he does not… read more

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I have not encountered any problem. I take 2ea four times daily and four hours apart..

Does Anyone Find Their Self Drooling For For No Reason
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I don't like botox makes your lips look weird

Side Sleeper Pillow Recomendation Needed
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Need side sleeper pilllow more appropriate to Parkinsons

A MyParkinsonsTeam Member

I sleep 😴💤 with a donut pillow for sleeping on my side but you can always use it in any position . Thank you for your question. Julie Olson 2 😊.

Best Pillow For Cervical Pain
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Parkinson's Lumbar Support Pillow And Bed Pillow
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My father is experiencing spinal curvature. Has anyone found a 2-part support pillow (seat + back) that helps correct this? He faces the same issue while lying down. Any recommendations for sleeping pillows?

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Cheers! Thank you for making me smile.

I Have Developed Droop Neck I Do Neck Exercise But Little Improvement I Have Very Short Walking Distance. I Am 77 And Have 13 Years Diagnos
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Has anyone found neck or back supports helpful

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Do you have specific exercises from a physical therapist to help this? Check your sleeping position especially when you fall asleep sitting up. I try to always use a cervical pillow & sit very… read more

The Best Bedrail
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I have developed a wonderful new habit of falling out of bed. I’m looking for suggestions for a bedrail that I can’t get myself caught up in, and break my arm or neck.

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There's a soft bolstered mattress called a scoop mattress that can help prevent you from falling out of bed. It may make it a little tricky to swing out of in the morning but you'll figure it out. I… read more

I Have A Musky Smell Does That Come Fr Parkinsons, If So What Can I Do For It
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Lucas what a very interesting bit of information not usually seen. I imagine those experiencing this topic is relieved . Thank you for all the info you provide for us all.
Carol