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
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
As a high-performance athlete, it is hard to be in a position beyond your physical control. Parkinson’s Disease has very visible symptoms, tremors are the most noticeable. However, I’m starting to have fun finding ways to hide the tremors or sometimes I proudly tell people: “I have Parkinson’s Disease” I have developed several techniques to … Continue reading Hiding the symptoms
From time to time, we learn of a family member or a friend’s relative going through tough times with illnesses such as MS or Parkinson’s. These are conditions we know there are out there, but we tend to look the other way until they hit our inner circle. I learned this the hard way when … Continue reading April, Parkinson’s Disease awareness month.