For those of us who live with a progressive disorder is essential to be conscious of the condition’s progression, symptoms, and how we can help ourselves to tweak our system. A couple of years ago, a friend texted me a photo of a dinner party we attended the night before. What I found in the … Continue reading consciousness
I wanted to update all regarding the status of my Parkinson’s Disease condition and how my self-treatment is performing. I decided not to take medicines to control Parkinson’s Disease symptoms because of the side effects and drug wear off; instead, I focusing on a lifestyle approach through diet and exercise. The diet is free of … Continue reading Parkinson’s Disease update
Summer training is almost over. As soon as the temperatures cool off it will be the time to get back on roller skis. Most of my summer training involved early 3-4 miles run and 1/2 of mile ocean swim followed by a 10-15 minute meditation/stretching session. This combination provided me with proper relaxation and prepared … Continue reading Summer is over.
Since diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. I decided to throw my self into any situation that makes me feel uncomfortable, face it, and overcome it. In the early stages of the disease, symptoms were somehow manageable and rarely perceived by people around me. Lately, my motor symptoms are way noticeable and hard to control, especially during … Continue reading Learn to love it
I read an article about cycling as a high activity to treat Parkinson’s Disease symptoms. So, I decided to dust off my road-bike and hit the roads. The ride went well. I started early in the morning to avoid traffic and Florida strong winds. Riding your bike in south Florida lacks uphills (other than overpasses), … Continue reading Cycling and Roller Skiing
As you might saw it on CBS, I’m going to try to qualify to the 2022 Olympics in Bejing. This story is a golden opportunity to keep the continuity of Peru at the winter Olympics and to raise awareness of Parkinson’s Disease through the work The Roberto Carcelen Foundation is focusing on. I don’t know … Continue reading I will go for the Olympics
A critical fact in slowing Parkinson’s disease progression is exercising. Working out helps to keep in check triggers such as stress and anxiety. There are several exercising options out there, some better than others based on your ongoing Parkinson’s symptoms. I used to run about 60 miles a week and enjoyed it but now my … Continue reading Exercising with Parkinson’s Disease.
About nine years ago, right after my first Olympics, I developed some severe health issues. I counted visiting 15 specialists in one year, from neurologists, rheumatologists to cardiologists. No one knew what I had. I experienced fibromyalgia symptoms, joint and muscle pain, numbed legs and arms, extreme fatigue, ligaments and tendons weakness, dizziness, a horrible … Continue reading Healing diet