Parkinson Disease Treatments

New Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease

disease do exist. Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease Although there’s a lot that medical science does not know about Parkinson’s, we do know that free-radical damage contributes to its progressive nature. That’s why we use intravenous nutrient (IV) glutathione in treatment for Parkinson’s disease

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EECP: An Excellent Alternative to Bypass Surgery

…therapies for heart disease. As his surgery drew near, he made a difficult decision. He checked out of the hospital against the advice of his cardiologists, who unanimously felt that he should have surgery, came to our office, and began a course of EECP. After he completed the treatment course six weeks…

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The Power of Pumpkin

…medical body in Germany) for the treatment of urinary problems such as irritable bladder. The seeds have been touted as having anti-inflammatory and bone-strengthening effects as well. Some herbalists even recommend pumpkin seeds for treating Parkinson’s disease and dizzy spells. The suggested dosage…

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The Power of Intravenous Nutrient Therapy

…infectious diseases such as shingles, Lyme disease, and Epstein-Barr. Patients who have undergone intravenous vitamin C therapy often report astounding results. Mary B. was worn down with chronic fatigue, despite having tried many different therapeutic approaches. After 10 IV vitamin C treatments, she was…

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Reap the Benefits of Glutathione

…transplant. After glutathione treatment, she left with a fivefold reduction in her viral load and normalization of liver enzymes. Glutathione is also an excellent treatment for emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis, and other serious lung diseases, but again, getting therapeutic…

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Get Pumped with EECP Therapy

…offers EECP therapy, visit vasomedical.com. Be aware that many EECP therapy centers will only accept patients with advanced disease who have failed all conventional treatment approaches. Now it’s your turn: Have you or someone you know had EECP therapy? You May Also Be Interested in * Your Grocery…

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The Link Between Anticholinergic Drugs and Dementia

…year found that regular use of anticholinergic drugs, which include antihistamines, tricyclic antidepressants, and meds to control Parkinson’s disease and overactive bladder, increased risk of developing dementia by a whopping 54 percent. Specifically, older individuals who used anticholinergic drugs…

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