Find out what’s behind the symptoms.
What is Parkinson’s disease?
Parkinson’s disease leads to deterioration of the central nervous system.
It is characterized by tremors, muscular stiffness and slowness of movements.
It is a slowly progressing degenerative disorder that mainly affects the elderly.
What are the symptoms?
Here are the main ones:
- Slow movement.
- Cognitive disorders.
- Postural instability.
- Balance and coordination disorders.
What are the causes?
Brain degeneration has several causes among the following:
- Oxidative stress.
- Heavy metals (mainly mercury, lead, copper and aluminum).
- Emotional causes.
- Pesticides, herbicides.
- Poor cell signaling.
What is the symbolic meaning of this disease?
The symbolism of Parkinson’s is different for everyone. Here are a few hints:
- I must do well.
- I have to be better.
- I’m suffering inside, but I can’t show it.
- I pretend to be confident, but I’m not.
- I can’t be myself.
- I feel useless.
Medicine does not currently offer a cure, and concentrates on the symptoms.
The following natural remedies are not a substitute for medical treatment.
Parkinson’s disease often has emotional causes, i.e. deep-rooted life wounds that influence cognitive health:
- Fear of losing control.
- Emotional trauma in childhood or teenage years..
- Fear of failure.
It is advisable to see a therapist specialized in emotions.
Heavy metals and other pollutants are frequently found in the brains of individuals with Parkinson’s.
These contaminants destroy neurons and block neurotransmission.
Example: mercury from dental amalgams.
To remedy this, I can undertake a gentle brain detox.
Acupuncture has a positive effect on Parkinson disease.
This energetic treatment stimulates the brain and gets the energy flowing again.
It is advisable to select a practitioner who has experience with the disease.
Sport has positive effects on neurological disorders.
Several activities help maintain mobility and balance, including:
- Qi gong.
Some foods or supplements can support neurotransmitters:
- Brewer’s yeast.
- Manuka honey.
- Coenzyme Q10.
- Cat’s claw.
- Vitamin B12.
What natural remedies are there for Parkinson’s disease?
It’s mainly a matter of detoxifying the brain and engaging in emotional introspection.