A wide variety of conditions and factors are known to cause the symptoms associated with Parkinson's disease. What is the primary cause in your case? Once a cause has been found, resources can focus on getting the treatments that can heal the cause. This is far more efficient and (I might add) far more interesting than suppressing symptoms for the rest of your life.
Most people believe that the cause can only be detected by a trained professional who must analyze results of expensive and invasive laboratory tests. Admittedly, this is the preferred approach for most people. There is another way.
Instead of assuming someone else has the expertise to figure out what is causing your symptoms, why not put your own detective hat on? It is possible to figure out what is causing your symptoms yourself.
How? The body gives us all the information we need to find the cause. The physical origin of the presenting symptom initially is a key clue in the discovery of the cause (or causes). Important information is also found by examining your feet, eyes, hair and saliva.
It is always a good idea to get a trained professional involved in your journey down the road to recovery, but why not put yourself in the driver's seat? Figure out the likely source of symptoms yourself. In so doing, you take control over your own recovery program.
This radio show proposes a variety of methods and approaches that will give important clues as to the cause of symptoms. Some cost a few dollars. Others are free.
Want to take control over your recovery program? Listen to my program today.