Monday, December 28, 2020

The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21

 

Christmas decorations

At previous post, we talked about early stages of Parkinson’s (What are Early Stages of Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 7).

Then, the stage is followed by “mid stage.” Patients always fall down at this stage, it is because:

- losing balance

- slowing physical movement

Slowing physical movement causes patients un-able to respond automatic and quickly, hence they are losing balance to avoid fall down.

Parkinson’s Foundation (please go to their web: parkinson.org/) suggested several exercises to improve balance:

1) Tai Chi

- movement of the body, back and forward on our feet.

2) Dances

- Tango is one of good dances to improve balance control


White wild flowers at our backyard

3) Boxing

- by moving arm rapidly is good for balance exercise

4) Agility boot camp

- many series of tasks will improve balance.

However, the mid stage Parkinson’s patients are “still independent,” and able to do the daily routine works such as:

- eating

- dressing

- hygiene

- doing most important activities.

The mid stage Parkinson’s patients also faced with non-motoric symptoms, include:

- fatigue

- constipation

- sleep problems

- communication problems due to change in voices

Some therapies may be administered to improve Parkinson’s patients condition at mid stage.

Finally, the patients could be trained to adjust to new environment and need to adapt to make live easier for patients, partners and caregivers.

29 comments:

  1. ...I have a friend who is in his early 80s who has had Parkinson's for perhaps 15 years. He had a Christmas tree farm, but maintains a large garden. It's amazing to see how he is able to accomplish the things that he wants to do.

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  2. thank to scientists to try to find the medicine for this diseases

    The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21.

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    1. Thanks-
      The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21
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      Christmas decorations

      At previous post, we talked about early stages of Parkinson’s (What are Early Stages of Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 7).

      Then, the stage is followed by “mid stage.” Patients always fall down at this stage, it is because:
      - losing balance
      - slowing physical movement

      Slowing physical movement causes patients un-able to respond automatic and quickly, hence they are losing balance to avoid fall down.

      Parkinson’s Foundation (please go to their web: parkinson.org/) suggested several exercises to improve balance:

      1) Tai Chi
      - movement of the body, back and forward on our feet.

      2) Dances
      - Tango is one of good dances to improve balance control

      Delete
  4. It's good to know there are several things the people with Parkinson's can do to make things better. Dancing is a great form of exercise. I didn't realize that tango is good for balance control... good to know. 🌺

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    1. Thanks-
      The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21
      -
      White wild flowers at our backyard

      3) Boxing
      - by moving arm rapidly is good for balance exercise

      4) Agility boot camp
      - many series of tasks will improve balance.

      However, the mid stage Parkinson’s patients are “still independent,” and able to do the daily routine works such as:
      - eating
      - dressing
      - hygiene
      - doing most important activities.

      The mid stage Parkinson’s patients also faced with non-motoric symptoms, include:
      - fatigue
      - constipation
      - sleep problems
      - communication problems due to change in voices

      Some therapies may be administered to improve Parkinson’s patients condition at mid stage.

      Finally, the patients could be trained to adjust to new environment and need to adapt to make live easier for patients, partners and caregivers.

      Delete
  6. The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21.
    glad to know that dances may improve balances.

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  7. It's amazing how they can accomplish so much during this time.

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    1. Thanks-
      The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21
      -
      Christmas decorations

      At previous post, we talked about early stages of Parkinson’s (What are Early Stages of Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 7).

      Then, the stage is followed by “mid stage.” Patients always fall down at this stage, it is because:
      - losing balance
      - slowing physical movement

      Slowing physical movement causes patients un-able to respond automatic and quickly, hence they are losing balance to avoid fall down.

      Parkinson’s Foundation (please go to their web: parkinson.org/) suggested several exercises to improve balance:

      1) Tai Chi
      - movement of the body, back and forward on our feet.

      2) Dances
      - Tango is one of good dances to improve balance control

      Delete
  9. If you can keep busy, it's amazing what you can do.

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  10. Love tango
    The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21.

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    1. Thanks-
      The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21
      -
      White wild flowers at our backyard

      3) Boxing
      - by moving arm rapidly is good for balance exercise

      4) Agility boot camp
      - many series of tasks will improve balance.

      However, the mid stage Parkinson’s patients are “still independent,” and able to do the daily routine works such as:
      - eating
      - dressing
      - hygiene
      - doing most important activities.

      The mid stage Parkinson’s patients also faced with non-motoric symptoms, include:
      - fatigue
      - constipation
      - sleep problems
      - communication problems due to change in voices

      Some therapies may be administered to improve Parkinson’s patients condition at mid stage.

      Finally, the patients could be trained to adjust to new environment and need to adapt to make live easier for patients, partners and caregivers.

      Delete
  11. Já conheço, mas é um bom post de divulgação.

    BOM ANO!!!

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  12. This is amazing and very interesting information!
    I hope you had a lovely Holidays !
    Happy New Year !

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    1. Thanks-
      The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21
      -
      Christmas decorations

      At previous post, we talked about early stages of Parkinson’s (What are Early Stages of Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 7).

      Then, the stage is followed by “mid stage.” Patients always fall down at this stage, it is because:
      - losing balance
      - slowing physical movement

      Slowing physical movement causes patients un-able to respond automatic and quickly, hence they are losing balance to avoid fall down.

      Parkinson’s Foundation (please go to their web: parkinson.org/) suggested several exercises to improve balance:

      1) Tai Chi
      - movement of the body, back and forward on our feet.

      2) Dances
      - Tango is one of good dances to improve balance control

      Delete
  13. I really love that dancing, especially Tango, can be this good for health.

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  14. Beautiful flowers, very interesting informations:)

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    1. Thanks-
      The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21
      -
      White wild flowers at our backyard

      3) Boxing
      - by moving arm rapidly is good for balance exercise

      4) Agility boot camp
      - many series of tasks will improve balance.

      However, the mid stage Parkinson’s patients are “still independent,” and able to do the daily routine works such as:
      - eating
      - dressing
      - hygiene
      - doing most important activities.

      The mid stage Parkinson’s patients also faced with non-motoric symptoms, include:
      - fatigue
      - constipation
      - sleep problems
      - communication problems due to change in voices

      Some therapies may be administered to improve Parkinson’s patients condition at mid stage.

      Finally, the patients could be trained to adjust to new environment and need to adapt to make live easier for patients, partners and caregivers.

      Delete
  15. Happy healthy New Year to you, Tanza, and thanks for sharing all this interesting information. :)

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    1. Thanks-
      The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21
      -
      Christmas decorations

      At previous post, we talked about early stages of Parkinson’s (What are Early Stages of Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 7).

      Then, the stage is followed by “mid stage.” Patients always fall down at this stage, it is because:
      - losing balance
      - slowing physical movement

      Slowing physical movement causes patients un-able to respond automatic and quickly, hence they are losing balance to avoid fall down.

      Parkinson’s Foundation (please go to their web: parkinson.org/) suggested several exercises to improve balance:

      1) Tai Chi
      - movement of the body, back and forward on our feet.

      2) Dances
      - Tango is one of good dances to improve balance control

      Delete
  17. Thanks, Think i have learnt something! Very Informative post!

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    1. Thanks-
      The Mid Stage of Parkinson’s Diseases - Parkinson’s Diseases 21
      -
      White wild flowers at our backyard

      3) Boxing
      - by moving arm rapidly is good for balance exercise

      4) Agility boot camp
      - many series of tasks will improve balance.

      However, the mid stage Parkinson’s patients are “still independent,” and able to do the daily routine works such as:
      - eating
      - dressing
      - hygiene
      - doing most important activities.

      The mid stage Parkinson’s patients also faced with non-motoric symptoms, include:
      - fatigue
      - constipation
      - sleep problems
      - communication problems due to change in voices

      Some therapies may be administered to improve Parkinson’s patients condition at mid stage.

      Finally, the patients could be trained to adjust to new environment and need to adapt to make live easier for patients, partners and caregivers.

      Delete

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