If you’re caring for someone with Parkinson’s and also working, life can be demanding. Knowing when and how to ask for help and being aware of your rights at work often helps.
The holiday season is meant to be a time when you take a break from the daily stresses of life and recharge. For carers that can be difficult to do.
If you have been taking a Parkinson’s medication that contains levodopa for some time, for example Sinemet, you may develop some side effects that can affect your movement.
Experiencing eye problems is not uncommon among people with Parkinson’s. Such problems are often related to Parkinson’s or its treatment but may be due to other causes such as cataracts or glaucoma.
Caring for another person is challenging. Taking a break every so often is important for both the physical and mental health of carers. Here we look at arranging respite care at a residential care facility.
Complementary therapies aim to treat the whole person including mind, body, and spirit, rather than just the symptoms. Here are just a few complementary therapies you may want to consider.
There is much importance given to medication in Parkinson’s management.
Caring for another person is challenging. That is why taking a break every so often is important for both the physical and mental health of carers.
Many people with Parkinson’s experience fatigue and it can have a major impact on your well-being. However there is a lot you can do to manage fatigue so that it doesn’t cause you so many problems.
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