Health Tip: Healthy Habits Can Help Parkinson's
(HealthDay News) -- Though there is no cure for Parkinson's
disease, making certain lifestyle changes can help you manage
The University of Maryland Medical Center offers these
- Eat a healthy diet.
- Exercise regularly, but don't try to do more than you have the
- Allow your body time to rest, and do your best to minimize
- Consider physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational
- Think about special accommodations, such as utensils to make
eating easier or the addition of handrails at home.
- Consult with a social worker or counselor to find out if they
may be of help.
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