Patients Parkinson's disease
What is your most difficult daily task with Parkinson's disease?
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The Parkinson's symptoms can seemingly cause simple, daily tasks to become much more difficult, such as tasks like tying shoes to even buttoning a own shirt.
What do you find to be your most difficult daily task?
Do you have any tips in making that task simpler, easier to do?
Do you have any tips for working around the symptoms?
Please share and discuss.
The most frustrating difficult task for me is getting dressed... it is difficult, but not the most difficult thing to do, I assume, but it is by far the most frustrating because of the difficulty it presents and the time it consumers.
It is frustrating also because how do you tell people that you are having trouble getting dressed.
When I know I need to be somewhere by a certain time, I make sure to give me sufficient time, more than needed, to get ready because getting dressed is not only a physical battle for me, but also a mental battle. I have to talk to myself sometimes - outloud or in my head - to keep going and not give up. Does anyone else do this?
I do wear big jackets a lot because they are easy to get on and a zipper is easier for me than buttoning up a whole shirt, even though zipping is not easy at all times and requires patience. I also enjoy using shoes that are velcro so I do not have to tie laces. I do not always wear them - depending on the event or reason I am going out - but using velcro gives me a better chance of getting ready without much or any assistance.
Oof for me too, dressing is a nightmare. Zippers are great, I just need help putting them together first, I can zip them up fine myself but getting the little end into the zip is hard! And forget tying shoes! I wear shoes that I can slip on, I haven't been able to bring myself to go for the velcro yet.
The love of my life for the last 17 years was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease nearly 4 years ago, at age 52. He had a stooped posture, tremors, muscle stiffness, horrible driving skills, and slow movement. He was placed on Sinemet 50/200 at night for 7 months and then Sifrol and rotigotine were introduced which replaced the Sinemet but he had to stop due to side effects. He started having hallucinations, lost touch with reality. Suspecting it was the medications I took him off the Siferol (with the doctor’s knowledge) In March this year his primary physician suggested we started him on Natural Herbs Centre ( Naturalherbscentre. com ) Ayurveda Parkinson’s Protocol which eased his anxiety a bit, i’m happy to report this PD Ayurvedic treatment worked very effectively. His Parkinson’s is totally under control, he had a total decline in symptoms, the tremors, shaking, stiffness, slow movement and speech problems stopped. I can personally vouch for these remedy but you would probably need to decide what works best for you
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