Fighting Parkinson’s, and positive results

I have been asked to be a guest on Parkinson’s Blog Talk Radio, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/parkinsons-recovery. If you scroll down to 3/9/2011 6:00 PM under Upcoming Episodes, there is a link to the program details for March 9th. I hope you will tune in.

I have received many questions. My goal is to respond to one question/comment/concept on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for the next couple of weeks. Please check back for these updates.

A few of you have emailed me with positive results you have experienced since beginning the “recipe” for recovery. I am going to share some of this information as it will help inspire those who are not having many, or any, positive results thus far.

“…five days without momentary feeling I was losing my balance…”
“…tremoring less…”
“…feel more solid…”
“…pain and stiffness when I wake up has subsided…”
“…feel some subtle changes…”
“…tremors have subsided considerably…”
“…and reading your blog has solidified my belief that I can heal myself. I feel totally empowered…”

Also, the comments posted by two Parkinson’s sufferers on Monday’s blog post are very inspiring and should help everybody.

If you are not seeing positive results, or any results, do not despair. Everybody is different, and everybody has had the disease for a different amount of time. If you think about it, I started my recipe when I suspected I had Parkinson’s, which was five weeks prior to my official diagnosis. Many of you have had the disease for years and have gotten started on the recipe within the last month. Good for you! It will take time, but I wanted to share others’ results so you can see that I am not the only one who has benefited from my recipe.

I encourage everybody to post a comment or email me positive results and/or challenges you are facing. As you can see from the information above, I will not post your name, but by sharing, we all can help each other.

See you Friday.

All my best,

Howard

 

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