This for a very happy and blessed new year 2016 & a very lovely holiday season …may the Lords blessings be with you all year round…if you have faith like a little mustard seed anything is possible YES even a cure…,there are new treatments on the way…in meantime enjoy life..color outside the lines, sing at the top of your lungs, do something good for you everyday like exercise- biking, wLking, swimming, taichi, yoga, dancing, boxing ( but get doctors approval first not everyone is medically stable or capable to do this – sometimes you can hurt yourself more unknowingly) for instance if you had multiple back surgeries this is not medically recommended …
Do something meaningful for others – this is the secret of a happy..long life! Get involved in your community in whatever you can ..as little or as much lend an ear, be a friend, be a mentor to other women. With Pd or other caregivers etc…feed your souls …meditate..pray, and read good books…
Don’t forget to eat a little dark chocolate keeps your brain and heart healthy and Parkinson’s symptoms improved because dopamine and other happy chemicals 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄

Twitchy woman

The cures we want aren’t going to fall from the sky. We have to get ladders and climb up and get them.

— Michael J. Fox

As 2015 comes to a close, those of us in the Parkinson’s community are excited about the many new  research discoveries regarding the causes and treatments for Parkinson’s Disease.  It seems that every week in the past few months, another discovery, whether it is a drug or therapy,  has shown to be effective in either slowing the progression of the disease or in some cases, even reversing it.  In the 7 years since I was diagnosed, I have never been so hopeful that maybe this year will bring the big breakthrough.

This is exciting news, especially since some of those drugs that show a positive effect in PD patients have already been approved for other diseases, thus reducing the time for FDA approval…

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