How a Well Balanced Diet can Serve as an Escape Route for Your Parkinson's Disease Symptoms?
patients can make changes to their lifestyle and diet to alleviate the
symptoms of Parkinsons disease. Although there is no definite cure
the changes that you make to your lifestyle and make a positive change
A balanced and healthy diet is sure to help the patients but researches have indicated that there is not definite vitamin or food that can alleviate the symptoms. Only a healthy and balanced diet can help them in it.
There are clinical studies that used vitamin E on these patients but there was no positive result. Patients can get a longer sustainable period through healthy food. To maintain the dopamine levels in the brain a drug called levodopa is taken.
While taking this drug the patient should consume less protein as protein would limit the responsiveness of the drug. Studies on different foods, minerals, and vitamins are going on that can have an impact on Parkinsons disease. They are looking for foods that could stop the symptoms for a sustainable period.
Physical activity and regular exercise would help the patients with Parkinsons disease as this disease alters the movements of the patient.
Thus the exercises would help the patient to improve their mobility and this would also motivate the patient to do the exercises regularly. Parkinsons disease is a progressive disease hence regular exercises have to be done.
Doctors would prescribe a programme that promotes movements of the muscles particularly the weaker muscles to improve the body strength.
These exercises would stall the progress of the condition and help physically for longer time. This would also allow the patient to talk clearly.
The patients get a feeling of achievement when they are physically strong. As a leisure activity the patients are encouraged to do gardening, swimming, and walking.
Doing the exercises and having a good diet is not going to alter the condition drastically, but this would make the patient live an active life and a happy life for longer time. It would also make them comfortable while the Parkinsons disease develops.
morale of the patients would be low, but the exercises would boost their
morale to face what comes next. It would benefit if the patients are given
some goals to achieve in their daily life so that they can keep their
mind off the symptoms of the Parkinsons disease.