What really matters when it comes down to a successful program of recovery?
What needs to happen to celebrate a reversal of neurological symptoms?
Results of a Parkinsons Recovery survey answer these questions. What survey you ask?
Each year during the holiday season I send out a one question survey to members of the global Parkinsons Recovery audience. The question asked on the survey was:
“Please list below natural therapies that have helped you experience relief from symptoms of Parkinson’s disease”
I am always surprised and awed with the variety and diversity of therapies reported to have been helpful. When I examined results of the survey, I asked myself the question – what is the common theme here?
The answer quickly became crystal clear. Therapies reported to have been useful in reversing Parkinson’s symptoms turn down the volume of the sympathetic nervous system (which inflames symptoms) and switch on the parasympathetic (which soothes symptoms).
There is no single approach, method or therapy that flips the switch. Each person discovers their own unique way to make this happen for themselves. Dozens of therapies are reported to have been useful in this regard as reflected in my survey. They are now thoroughly listed and documented in my online course What Really Matters that rolls out a comprehensive explanation and review of each recovery option. Click on the What Really Matters Link below to register and take advantage of the 7 day free trial.
What Really Matters
While there are a surprising number of natural therapies that help, I wanted you to know about several in particular. Which ones among the many natural therapies will offer relief from your Parkinson’s symptoms? Consider the following possibilities.
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