Parkinson’s Disease isn’t easy for anyone: not the people who suffer from it, not the family members who care for them. The treatment, the emotions, the dangers can be a lot to handle, no matter how much love you have to give.
There is so much that we don’t know about Parkinson’s disease. The answers that claim to have the most authority hardly make any sense to the millions of normal people who suffer from the disease and don’t have doctorates.
Anyone who suffers from Parkinson’s deserves to know what living with the disease means.
Lianna Marie’s mother Val was diagnosed with Parkinson’s over twenty years ago. At that time, information on Parkinson’s disease was even harder to come by than it is now. She had no idea what her mother’s diagnosis meant. Was she going to be seriously affected? Would her lifespan be cut short? Lianna just didn’t know. She set out to learn as much about Parkinson’s, and suffering from Parkinson’s as she could. Today, everything that she’s learned has been collected in one easy place for anyone who wants to find out what living and dealing with Parkinson’s means. It’s called All About Parkinson’s.
Sixteen years of research and study have gone into making this the one source people who need to know about Parkinson’s can refer to, depend on, and turn to in any situation that living with Parkinson’s disease throws at them. You’ll find out the ins and outs of the disease, where it comes from, what it does to the body and the mind, all of the symptoms and the five different stages of Parkinson’s and what each means for the progression of the disease. You’ll find out about the care professionals you should include in your treatment plans, the other diseases associated with Parkinson’s and the medications that you should and shouldn’t be using to treat it.
You won’t have to be scared of not knowing enough about Parkinson’s disease ever again.
With full knowledge of everything that the disease is capable of, you can feel calm and secure in making any kind of treatment decision for yourself or your loved one when it comes to Parkinson’s.
If you want to find out all of the ways to reduce the painful, scary symptoms of Parkinson’s—cutting back on tremors, on drooling, on speech loss, chewing problems or any of the horrible consequences of the disease—you need to get your copy of All About Parkinson’s today. Click here to find out everything you still need to know about the disease right now.