Parkinson’s disease is one of the most severely crippling chronic disorders of the nervous system and the brain center involved in the control and regulation of movement.
A variety of genetic and environmental factors underlie the symptoms of Parkinson’s. Emergent research implicates relative nutritional deficiencies, neurotoxicity created by methylation collapse and brain injury to be a major contributor to neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s disease.
The initial event leading to Parkinson’s disease is damage to the post-synaptic dopamine neurons of the substantia nigra of the brain which regulate fine motor control. Parkinson’s disease is classified as a progressive neurodegenerative disease meaning that the initial damage continues and is the cause of deterioration.
Symptoms of Parkinson’s may be vague and progress in phases over many years before reaching a point where they interfere with normal daily activities. About 50 percent of people with Parkinson’s experience fatigue which typically develops early in the course of the disease.
Cause and mechanism of fatigue may be the result of the changes taking place in the brain. A feeling of deep tiredness can come on unexpected, causing people who were once active and energetic to be unable to work and participate in social activities. Stress can worsen fatigue.
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“My greatest joy has come from seeing my father coming back to life. His tremors and depression are all gone. I have two daughters and my father is the only grandpa they have.
MaryAnn Fleming – Dallas, _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Primary motor symptoms:
- Muscle rigidity – Stiffness of arm, leg, or neck
- Resting tremor – Tremor that is most noticeable at rest
- Slow movement - Bradykinesia
- Postural instability – (one of the most important signs)
Secondary motor symptoms:
- Slow movement (bradykinesia)
- Rigidity and freezing in place (hesitate before stepping forward)
- Shrinkage in handwriting
- Unwanted accelerations in speech and movement
- Lack of facial expression
Richard and I would like to “thank you” for all the wonderful help and compassion you treated him with during his initial 17 weeks of “Neurotransmitter Therapy”. He has benefited greatly from your therapy, his Parkinson’s symptoms are about 90% gone. His walk improved from a shuffle to a walk that is indistinguishable from normal stride, and the shaking in his hand has largely disappeared. Also the Gut Restoration program you recommended was extremely helpful to Richard’s present state of health and well-being. Thank you again.
— Jane, San Antonio, Texas
Some people with Parkinson’s will experience additional secondary symptoms like:
- Stooped posture, a tendency to lean forward
- Impaired fine motor dexterity and motor coordination
- Impaired gross motor coordination
- Decreased arm swing
- Speech problems caused by lack of muscle control (softness of voice or slurred speech)
- Difficulty swallowing
- Sexual dysfunction
- Akathisia-Restless leg syndrome
- Dystonia- muscle contractions that cause twisting and repetitive movements or abnormal postures
I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in my early 40′s. Thank God my friend found Dr. Ross Stewart’s information on the internet and suggested that I go and see what the “Neurotransmitter Therapy” is all about. What sold me on the program was that Dr. Stewart took time to talk to me, and answered all my questions with compassion. His “Neurotransmitter Therapy” together with gut restoration and nutrition program have had an amazing impact on my life. It’s given me a way to live full, healthy and happy life. To me it’s a God send. Dr. Stewart’s program is something everyone can benefit from. Once you have had an experience with how good you can feel you will never want to go back. Claudia S. Tucson AR.
If you have one or more of these symptoms, it does not mean that you will develop Parkinson’s, but these markers can help you to monitor your health. In addition you may experience; Cognitive decline, Depression, Anxiety and fear, Insomnia, Sexual dysfunction and other Non-motor Symptoms.
To restore person’s health we incorporate findings from modern medical research. This approach is ahead of its time and when implemented by knowledgeable practitioner produces excellent results. If you are ready to change the course of your life, you can start the therapy today and begin your journey to a new life with this medically developed and scientifically based protocol clinically proven to eliminate symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
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