Fighting Parkinson’s, and Parkinson’s Awareness Month 2022

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. As a group, we are carrying a message of hope and recovery like nobody else. Let’s work together and make this a Parkinson’s Awareness Month everybody will remember.

I have seen some of the literature from the major Parkinson’s organizations in the States and it is the old gloom and doom story…make people aware that Parkinson’s is a horrific degenerative disease and then ask the people to make a donation for research to try to find a cure.

I have a different message, a message of hope. Parkinson’s is curable, the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery® is a cure, seven of us have been cured doing the Recipe, hundreds of you are reversing your Parkinson’s doing the Recipe, and we have a worldwide community of courageous warriors who are cheering each other on, through thick and thin, all the way to each of their cure.

That is the awareness I am asking you to share. To assist you in sharing the message, I offer you the following.

When my book was published, I participated in radio interviews about my story of recovery and my book. Below are three radio interviews, two around twelve minutes and one that is approximately an hour. You may share these interviews to assist you in explaining the message of recovery.

DeAnna Lee Interview With Howard Shifke, Seattle Wolf Entercom Radio

Mike Schikman Interview With Howard Shifke, Mike Schikman Show Harrisonburg Radio

Patrick Timpone Interview with Howard Shifke, One Radio Network

Other things you can do are:
You can tell people about the recovery process yourself, including sharing this post on social media.
You can tell people about my website and they can read it all for themselves.
You can tell people about my book, Fighting Parkinson’s…and Winning, and let them know that they can buy a copy on Amazon. Click here for the book page.
You can share with people the Denmark Scientific Study that the dopamine is not depleted. Click here for the Denmark Study information.
You can share the Rockefeller University Scientific Study that the brain cells may not be dead. Click here for the Rockefeller Study information.
You can join our picture gallery and you can share our picture gallery of courageous warriors from around the world. Click here for the picture gallery.

The important part of all of this is AWARENESS OF HOPE! We need to be loud and bold, and scream it from the mountaintops:

“Parkinson’s is curable.
We are here, and we are curing ourselves.
There is hope for everybody with Parkinson’s.

And…

We are worth it!!!”

Yes you are…YOU ARE WORTH IT!

All my best,

Howard

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11 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and Parkinson’s Awareness Month 2022

  1. Rick says:

    Thanks Howard, yes I share my Parkinson’s recovery where ever I go, whether it’s on social media or in person or even if it’s on FB I seize the opportunity. I have been doing the recipe for a while now and I’m finding my symptoms are changing. Jumper cable became hard to do for a while as my left arm was shaking a lot, then it settled and this morning the shaking started up again (more blocks. Dull headaches for 2 to 3 days then went away. Tightness in chest for a week but disappeared completely after breathing exercises for 2 to 3 minutes after my recipe. Now I have a groin muscle tightness but now settling. Since I’ve been doing the recipe I’ve gone from 92kilos to 88 kilos a loss of 4kilos (9lbs). I wasn’t over weight by all means but I had done a lot of gym workouts! I’ve changed my diet completely and for the time being I’ve cut out the heavy weights and gone very light until I recover! Off to Stradbroke island this Sunday for 5 days by ferry as we have accommodation by the beach, a change of scenery is refreshing! I will recover and so will you 😉😉😌😉

  2. Val H says:

    Whew! That’s a month’s work all right to spread the alternative message on Parkinson’s. So as they say on The Man from Uncle: “Open Channel D, please.” Agent VH to report back.

  3. Sakina says:

    Good Morning Mr Howard. What an interesting blog. Let’s pass the message of hope, cure and recovery everyday as we religiously keep on doing the recipe for recovery. We are getting there, with our recovery one day at time. With God’s grace there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Happy Friday and have a wonderful weekend full of recovery, joy and faith my fellow warriors.

  4. Neil Slade says:

    The audio interviews are VERY helpful– thanks very much. I continue to work on myself with your help! 🙂 – Neil

  5. Roger W says:

    Powered by hope and gratitude I share our message in whatever way I can!

  6. Chris M says:

    This blog helps keep me sane. This makes it well worth the price of admission. The price of admission, by the way, is a willingness to expose yourself to new and fresh ideas about Parkinson’s disease.

    Howard also offers his professional Parkinson’s coaching services through this website, which I highly recommend.

    Love and blessings to all, Chris

  7. Sally H. says:

    Yes! We have hope and we have a coach who is committed to this winning team. I have been on the other websites and I only find a focus on more medications. Well I want what Howard is teaching us! Another way to spread this news is to buy a book and send it as a gift to anyone you know, who is in this battle. The Lord walked me right to Howard’s book, otherwise I would never have known there was someone who has been cured. I am going to send his book to a lady I met this week. Let’s go share the facts! We have proof that there is hope…….🌻

  8. Val H says:

    I’ve now listened to the radio interviews and refreshed myself with Howard’s great story of recovery. His anecdote about not being able to squeeze the petrol pump trigger with his usual hand reminded me of how I invariably had to ask another customer to get my petrol cap off when I was filling up. And even when I switched to an automatic car when I was issued with my three-year medical driving licence post-Parkinson’s diagnosis, I’d have to use both hands to put it in park mode when I pulled up on my drive. Eventually, I had to surrender my licence before it was taken off me. I miss zipping about in my Smart car and can’t believe that the nasty wizard has turned it into a four-wheeled walker.
    Anyway, on to more positive things. Hearing Howard talking about how the Medical Qigong for the Liver works by stretching the liver and gallbladder meridians gave me new impetus to approach it more mindfully and try to visualise the energy blockages being cleared.
    I have done my bit to spread the message of hope this week by sending a link to the Patrick Timpone interview to a guy I know with Parkinson’s.
    Midweek greetings to all. 😀

  9. Heather says:

    Have just shared a link with my local Parkinson’s support group…

    they don’t seem very interested, but they are all taking PD medication so very invested in the medical model…

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