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Researchers who study Parkinson's disease celebrate the discovery of medications that help some people reverse their symptoms. They also worry, as do I, about an unfortunately reality of their use. More Parkinson's medications are needed over time to induce the same "on" times. Over time, medications usually stop being effective entirely. The time they are effective varies widely deoending on the individual.
What can be done about this problem? Some answers yuou have probably not considered which involve natural approachs to recovery will be discussed in my show today. The focus of my discussion will be directed to a marvelous little book by Julia Ross titled the Mood Cure.
In my decade long research into the factors that cause the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, one factor stands out. Most people do not recognize or acknowledge the profound impact it has on sustaining symptoms day in and day out. What in the world is this mysterious cause?
Listen to learn more about the biggest roadblock to recovery from Parkinson's.
We've been told to keep our minds active in order to prevent Alzheimer's Disease? Some research shows that being physically active may actually be even more beneficial for warding off and preventing this frightening illness. Learn how coordination drills may help along with regular cardiovascular activity. More and more Americans are being diagnosed, see what you can do to avoid being put on that list.
Jean Oswald, Holistic Nurse, Aromatherapist and Life Coach will discuss the following "pieces to the puzzle" of recovery from Parkinson's disease:
· Discovering the Path of Healing – how body, mind and spirit work together
· Making changes about food, supplements and toxic chemical use at home
· Setting priorities for recovery
Getting restful sleep
Using essential oils safely
· Identifying the best essential oils for symptoms of Parkinson's disease·
Appreciating the value of coaching for recovery
Sign up on Jean Oswald's website to receive her holistic health tips – great topics like healthy bones, cholesterol, allergies and much more: www.compassionateconsulting.com
Bernadette Hunter demonstrates how EFT is done as she does a session with Monica during this radio program. Monica has the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease. For a follow-up report on the outcomes of Monica's session with Bernadette, read the posting on the Parkinsons Recovery Blog of Monica's feedback which I received several days later.
This program complements one of the videos I have included in the free Jump Start to Recovery Crash Course on EFT. In the crash course video, I demonstrate EFT using myself as a subject. This program presents a rich overview of EFT and why it should be taken as a serious therapy for persons who currently experience symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
#TeamChaplain is a weekl broadcast that discusses various community causes. The goal is to bring awareness and to celebrate advocates of these causes. The fall season focuses on Faith and Fitness, which is important to have a good quality of life.
#RESET5 is the theme: Rest, Exercise, Spiritual, Entertainment and Training
#TeamChaplain is: Chaplain Jones, Faye Hill, Nancy Brunet, Crystal Bates, LaShanda Lewis and Patrina Small
This week discussion focus is Alzheimer's Disease
To be a guest on the Chaplain Show contact us by visiting our website at www.kgcmradio.com
2 pm Central, 3 pm Eastern: "Positive Impact Radio," host Carol Wachniak
Join Carol every week, to talk to people who are making a Positive Impact in the World!
Mission is to Eradicated Heart Disease
Because of her own family history of CardioVascular disease she has been given the opportunity to help make a difference in helping to reduce what is now become the number one killer of men and women worldwide - Heart Disease.
Her work as a certified technician and distributor using heart rate variability technology allows her to draw a line in the sand for individuals who want to take a "look" at their arterial system and assist them to make lifestyle changes, helping them live more abundant lives.
Judy's highest honors was being named Illinois Woman of Achievement and recognized in the Cambridge Who’s Who.
A NEW ARTICLE COMES OUT ON THE USE OF IODINE..WHICH IN A LOT OF INDIVIDUALS IS TAKEN TO EXCESS..ESPECIALLY WHEN THE NEWS SAYS IODINE PREVENTS BREAST CANCER AND SUPPORTS NORMAL THYROID PROCESSING. SO HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH? THIS IS CRUCIAL FACTOR THAT NEEDS ATTENTION