Physiotherapy with Parkinson’s disease.
The neuroprotective effect of exercise in parkinsonism has been proven by scientists in animal models. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh found that exercise therapy helps the functioning of brain cells and slows down their degeneration. With Parkinson’s disease, exercise therapy helps to increase the amount of dopamine produced in the brain and the deficit of which is available in patients. (more…)
More and more people are getting frustrated with the official medicine. After all, in order to be healed of a disgusted disease, you have to drink piles of pills and sometimes inflict very painful injections. Unfortunately, such a treatment does not always show a tangible positive effect. Most often, such treatment is money thrown to the rubbish. But there are situations and it is much more difficult – when the treatment further aggravates the patient’s condition. (more…)