My Journey with Parkinson’s … A Natural Approach: Post 178 … Practicing Spiritual Consciousness!

purpose - lifeIn two recent blog posts, I talked about spiritual consciousness. I believe it is both the purpose of and the solution to the neurological condition I’m experiencing, and thus, my new focal point.

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My Journey with Parkinson’s … A Natural Approach: Post 171 … What helps me!

Cooks BaySomeone asked me recently what specific things I have found helpful on my journey with a neurological disorder, both in terms of minimizing the symptoms I experience and eventually leading to my recovery. This is what I listed:

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Why I Chose to Treat Parkinson’s Naturally

pillsThis post in support of the American Recall Center, whose aim is to provide drug and medical device recall information along with practical healthcare information and support.  It is my hope, that by telling you a bit of my story, you will know that there is an alternative to taking medication, one of ARC’s mandates.

In 2008, I was told I had a neurotransmitter imbalance. Actually, I was told I had Parkinson’s Disease. I found out through my own research that PD is in fact a neurotransmitter imbalance. From the moment of my diagnosis, I made the decision to heal myself naturally.

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My Journey with Parkinson’s … A Natural Approach: Post 141 … Homeostasis is the Key!

homeostasisHomeostasis is the innate tendency of the body to seek and maintain a condition of balance or equilibrium within its internal environment, even when faced with external changes. In other words, it wants to be in a normal state. For example, the body always wants to be at a temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. When body temperature rises above 98.6, it sweats in order to cool down. When it falls below 98.6, the body shivers in order to generate heat. The human body truly is a miracle!

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Recovering from Parkinson’s Disease: What I Avoid, What I Recommend and a Few Last Words

recovery1I hope by now after reading this series of blogs I’ve posted on ‘My Recovery from Parkinson’s,’ you realize that it’s possible to recover from this supposedly incurable disease. As I said in an earlier post, the notion that PD is incurable is the misguided belief of western allopathic medicine because a pill hasn’t been found to cure it. As evidenced by Bianca Molle, John Coleman, Howard Shifke and others however, it is definitely possible to fully recover. It’s just not going to happen with a pill … nor will any disease ever be cured in this manner!

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Recovering from Parkinson’s Disease: Step 13 – Getting Relief from Symptoms

peaceThe primary goal of anyone experiencing Parkinson’s is getting relief from the symptoms. Be it the trembling, tension, clenching, loss of balance, anxiety, constipation or any other symptom, we want relief, however temporary it may be! It’s why people take medication … not to slow or cure the disease, to get relief from the symptoms.

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Recovering from Parkinson’s Disease: Step 9 – Bodywork

bodyworkEarly in 1993, I was midway through my karate training on my way to earning a black belt. As much as I loved the training, my body was a mess. Every one of my joints was in pain and a back injury I sustained in 1986 doing yard work had flared up on me. I had reached the point where I had to do something or I was going to have to put my training on hold.

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Recovering from Parkinson’s Disease: Why I Chose to Heal Myself Naturally

pillsThe moment I found out I had a neurotransmitter imbalance [actually, I was told I had Parkinson’s] I made the decision to heal myself naturally. Initially, I was confident I could heal myself simply by addressing the underlying emotional root cause. Why not, I healed migraine headaches that were afflicting me at a rate of three to four times a week with this strategy. I have since learned that this is not enough. Fixing the physical body by returning it to homeostasis is also an important part of the process with neurotransmitter imbalances.

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My Journey with Parkinson’s … A Natural Approach: Post 32 … Getting Relief from Symptoms!

laying downWhether you’re taking medication or dealing with your condition naturally, easing day to day symptoms can be quite a challenge. But I have discovered an effective way to accomplish this … laying on my back!

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My Journey with Parkinson’s … A Natural Approach: Post 31 … Prevention

preventionIn order to prevent Parkinson’s (or any other disease, for that matter) you need only do four things:

  1. Eat healthy foods
  2. Heal all physical traumas to the body
  3. Let go of emotional pain
  4. Eliminate chronic day-to-day stress

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