Parkinson’s Disease

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a type of neurological disorder, where hand and head tremors are one of the symptoms. It is mainly caused due to lack of Dopamine in the brain.

Dopamine sends signals to the part of the brain that controls movement. It lets muscles move smoothly and perform necessary tasks.

When individual suffers from Parkinson’s, there nerve cells do not interact accordingly resting tremors and loss of balance are evident.

Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease

Symptoms generally develop slowly over years. The progression of symptoms is often a bit different from one person to another due to the diversity of the disease. People with PD may experience:
- Tremor, mainly at rest and described as pill rolling tremor in hands. Other forms of tremor are possible
- Slowness of movements (bradykinesia)
- Stiffness of the arms, legs and trunk
- Poor balance and coordination
In addition to movement-related (“motor”) symptoms, Parkinson’s symptoms may be unrelated to movement (“non-motor”). People with PD are often more impacted by their non-motor symptoms than motor symptoms. Examples of non-motor symptoms include: apathy, depression, constipation, sleep behavior disorders, loss of sense of smell and cognitive impairment.

Cause of Parkinson’s

The cause remains largely unknown. Although there is no cure, treatment options vary and include medications and surgery. While Parkinson’s itself is not fatal, disease complications can be serious.

Holistic Management of Parkinson’s Disease

Holistic management of Parkinson’s with use of nutrition amino acids and glutathione
Of all the nutritional treatments available for Parkinson’s disease, antioxidants appear to be the most promising choices to prevent or slow the progression of this condition. Individuals whose diets include plenty of healthy foods containing antioxidants are less likely to develop this neurological condition. Patients should consume foods, such as fruits and vegetables that contain glutathione or can help produce it.
But despite all of the efforts for oral supplementations, symptoms do not improve due to absorption and conversion. (body does not absorb or convert nutrients properly) This is where IV nutritional supplementation comes in to play, it is delivered in to the body avoiding digestive track.

B Vitamins, amino acids, and glutathione is included in to the IV drip formula