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We need to push our intensity. Sometimes I wonder if I will exhaust my dopamine allotment for the day if I push myself too hard. Now, when I overdo my exercise, I am usually wasted for the rest of the day. As a former dancer and cyclist, it has always been in my nature to push my limits, and it is a tough habit to break. Piece of cake , I said to myself.

In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was condemned to an eternity of rolling a boulder uphill to watch it roll back down again. At times, I feel like a modern-day Sisyphus when I exercise. It feels like a fruitless task that has no ending and is impossible to complete. I am continuing to adjust my medications to find that Holy Grail combination that will hopefully make me feel more like my former self.

I will take my supplements, attempt to reduce my stress where possible, maintain a healthy vegan diet, exercise, and meditate.

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Because I am trying so many things to improve my situation, it will be very difficult to know what is working for me and what is not. It does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or another qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. Hi, Jean, I enjoy your posts. Without the salt, I just pee a lot.

Why is exercise good for people with PD?

Hi Fran, Thanks so much for responding and sharing. Normally my BP is low and I am usually dehydrated. Choose your poison, bathroom breaks all the time or dehydration. LOL Hmm, I will have to look into salt tabs. Where do you get them? Hi Jean, thanks for sharing. Keep doing what you love as long as you are able. Thank you so much Cheryl for taking the time to read my story and for your encouragement and support!

Hi Jean, I enjoyed reading your posting and can relate to your experiences with meds, exercise, etc. Have you considered cannibus? Also, have you tried Pedaling with Parkinsons? You wear a heart monitor and only have brief periods of intense exercise. The program is highly rated.

I tried it but prefer my treadmill. And at the gym I use the elliptical. Thank you Gemma for your reply. I have not tried marijuana; I do not have tremors and I believe that is something that may be helped by marijuana. I am a former cyclist and Spinning instructor and used to train with a HR monitor. The best exercise for me I believe is the Rock Steady Boxing. It never ceases to amaze me how some therapies meds included work well for some and not at all for others. Tried the transdermal patches Rotigotine a couple of years ago. It worked for me except for one thing — it turned out I was allergic to the adhesive which held the patches to the skin so had to give it away.

I still fly with a safety pilot at the local aero club and this allows me to indulge in my lifetime pastime — being with aircraft and getting involved. Hi Dr. Hill, I could have sworn I responded to your post. It must have been in my mind LOL. I am on Neupro patch which I believe is rotigtine. Was doing well,fitness excellent until I fell onto my knees left leg in plaster toes to top of thigh in September I have not been able to recover my fitness or exercise as per usual as below the knees mylegs and feet are affected, I have lost all energy by midday.

Weight gain 20 kilos Help! Wendy, I am so sorry to hear of your struggles. I relate to the fatigue you are feeling. My fatigue is unlike any other fatigue I have felt in my life and it just cant be fixed with sleep. By noon I am wasted.. It seems so cruel that you were making some progress in battling PD and then your fall has set you back.

Hang in there, you sound like a fighter. I hope you can get back to your fitness routine soon. I would love to exercise more but my problem is that as soon as I start to walk, even something so simple as walking the dog, both my right knee and my lower back start to ache, and the pain grows worse with the more I do.

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Also, when doing some exercise such as walking around a super market I become very fatigued quickly. Does anyone have any suggestions? Hi Robert, I am so sorry to hear of your struggles. It is quite a conundrum for us PD sufferers. We are told to exercise more for our condition, yet in many cases the symptoms of the disease make it much more difficult to do so. I know in my case, the fatigue is overwhelming and apathy and lack of motivation plague me and make it so much harder for me to workout.

Also, our symptoms in some cases are the same as those that come with aging. As I get older I am 64 now , when strange things happen, do I attribute to normal aging process or PD?

I am not a health professional so I cannot advise you, but I know what has worked for me. Acceptance that I have this disease rather than fighting it as well as listening to my body; both have helped me a lot in dealing with the cards I have been dealt. Best of luck to you Robert.

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Health is not simply the absence of disease: but rather the ability to deal optimally, both physically and mentally, with the environment — whatever that happens to be. This essay focuses exclusively on the physical aspects of health. Many gym-goers expect to attain this goal by developing their cardiovascular fitness. So I will offer my three keys. In a nutshell, they are exactly what the original article called for:.

What kinds of exercise are we talking about? If I had swum two tenths of a second faster, I would have won third place for my age group. The deer bound off into the forest when they see me coming, but the wild turkeys just move a few feet off the path and let me pass. Weight Training : I do free weights and machines.

Here are some snapshots from when we climbed the rocky cliffs at Breakneck Ridge. Here I am with fellow blogger Laura Kennedy Gould. Aside from sitting down for meals with her and another friend, I pounded the pavement from one destination to the next. I work every day in two charter schools in the North Bronx, with about kids and a staff of over I work in a public charter school in the Bronx, and I was in a 5th grade science class while the children were doing internet research projects on cells. The teacher had created a master website list of all sorts of child-friendly sites that the children could access for their research.

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There was a webpage devoted to dandruff, so he clicked it open. We glanced through it and read the following paragraph:. Men are a little more likely than women to get it. Instead, I explained to him that PD mostly affects how your brain communicates with your muscles, although there are other side effects, such as insomnia, loss of smell, and now… dandruff! My creative pursuits include writing poetry, writing blog posts, taking photographs, and playing a traditional Korean musical instrument, the kayagum. I took the pictures, too. P urple pupil peering O ut of an orange orb, P ray tell, what do you ponder as P eople important and pedestrian pause to peer at Y ou?

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I studied the instrument when I lived in Korea in the s and s, and I still like to play it on special occasions.