Every morning when I wake up I have stomach cramps and ache just like I had the flu. By midday it starts going away. Does anyone else have problems with this?
I’m hallucinating again but it’s not like I’m the past when I was locked in “mortal” combat from the past. Rather, my wife is saying that I only talking about legal stuff as if I’m in court arguing about some nonsense as to what the intent was of the defendant…..At least no one was trying to kill me! 🍎
James you are just watching too many legal shows on TV I think
I'm giving this a fair go, and it does help...sitting still, consciously thinking about breathing, does genuinely make me feel better.
However...many of the "guided meditations" are big on openers like "just relax", "let the tension go from your body", "let your muscles loosen". For me with my rigidity-heavy version of Parkinson's, this is currently nigh impossible without the aid of the pharmaceuticals and is increasingly making me more than a little resentful and critical...it feels like the… read more
When walking and other movements are slowed? What is that called?
That is called Bradykinesia. It is one of the primary symptoms of Parkinson's. It could mean moving slow, shuffling, and even freezing up from time to time.
I am in the market for an apple watch- mainly because when my phone rings I tend to freeze up and can't get to my phone in time and my husband worried when I miss a call.
I also know that there are a few Parkinson's apps that could really help me too.
Does anyone have a recommendation for which one to get?
I think she just meant to say "Thanks Greg."
I believe I asked this question before with few answers, probably because there are no answers.
My ex-husband (and best friend of 49 years) has PD. The tremors are under control but his blood pressure is extremely low. I don’t live with him but he tells me often that he passes out when he stands up which, of course, alarms me greatly. He went to the doctor about 4 weeks ago and the top reading of his BP was 50. That’s extremely low. The meds prescribed to lower it aren't working. There… read more