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A New Perspective on Parkinson's Treatment

Dr Radha explains how to manage Parkinson's Disease by going directly to the root cause. This method of treating the root cause is the key to how he successfully treats various diseases using natural supplements. Dr Radha is not a functional medicine doctor. He pioneered a new way of looking at diseases and had many doctors following him because of the amazing results of his treatment. Dr Radha is a consultant to all 360 Wellness Hub's therapists on their cases. He doesn't see patients now. Below is a video on how he teaches doctors how to approach the treatment of Parkinson's:



Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. Named after the English physician James Parkinson, who first described the condition in 1817, Parkinson's disease is characterized by a progressive loss of motor control due to the degeneration of dopamine-producing neurons in the brain. As our understanding of this complex disorder grows, this blog aims to provide a comprehensive overview of Parkinson's disease, including its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options.

I. Causes and Risk Factors:

While the exact cause of Parkinson's disease remains unknown, both genetic and environmental factors are believed to play a role in its development. Some of the identified risk factors include:

  1. Age: The risk of Parkinson's disease increases with age, with the majority of cases diagnosed in individuals over 60.

  2. Genetics: Mutations in certain genes, such as LRRK2 and SNCA, have been linked to familial cases of Parkinson's disease. However, the majority of cases are sporadic, with no clear genetic link.

  3. Environmental Factors: Exposure to certain environmental toxins, such as pesticides and herbicides, has been associated with an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease.

II. Symptoms:

Parkinson's disease manifests itself through a range of motor and non-motor symptoms. Common motor symptoms include:

  1. Tremors: Involuntary shaking of the hands, arms, legs, or jaw.

  2. Bradykinesia: Slowness of movement and difficulty initiating voluntary movements.

  3. Rigidity: Stiffness or resistance to the passive movement of limbs.

  4. Postural Instability: Impaired balance and coordination, leading to an increased risk of falls.

Non-motor symptoms may include:

  1. Cognitive Impairment: Changes in memory, attention, and executive function.

  2. Depression and Anxiety: Mood disorders are common in Parkinson's patients.

  3. Sleep Disturbances: Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.

  4. Autonomic Dysfunction: Issues with blood pressure, digestion, and other involuntary bodily functions.

III. Diagnosis:

Diagnosing Parkinson's disease can be challenging, as there is no definitive test. Physicians rely on a combination of medical history, clinical symptoms, and sometimes neuroimaging studies to make an accurate diagnosis. Early detection is crucial for managing symptoms and implementing appropriate interventions.

IV. Treatment Options:

While there is no cure for Parkinson's disease, various treatment options aim to manage symptoms and improve the quality of life for patients. These include:

  1. Medications: Dopamine-replacement drugs help alleviate motor symptoms by replenishing the neurotransmitter dopamine in the brain.

  2. Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS): A surgical procedure involving the implantation of electrodes in the brain to regulate abnormal electrical signals.

  3. Physical Therapy: Exercises to improve balance, flexibility, and overall mobility.

  4. Speech and Occupational Therapy: Targeted interventions to address speech and fine motor skill difficulties.

V. A New Perspective The research done by Dr Radha, as he deconstructs the pathways of the disease, is yielding promising results in managing the disease. This is currently very new and still evolving. The best thing about this treatment is that it is entirely non-invasive and non-addictive, and the results on the symptoms of Parkinson's can be quite fast. Plus, it is cost-effective compared to other treatment methods.


Conclusion:

Parkinson's disease is a complex and challenging condition that affects individuals both physically and emotionally. Ongoing research continues to expand our understanding of the disease, offering hope for improved treatment options and, ultimately, a cure. As we move forward, it is crucial to raise awareness, support affected individuals and their families, and invest in research to unlock the mysteries surrounding Parkinson's disease. Help is here: If you or any of your loved ones suffer from Parkinson's, do contact us at 0123300415.



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Dr. Lennie Soo

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