Parkinson’s disease slowly affects your daily life in different ways. You may start to notice that the simplest of tasks become more challenging to accomplish. If you or a loved one suffer from this debilitating disease, you can get help at Springfield Wellness Center, where are our intravenous and intranasal NAD protocols are giving new hope and help to people with Parkinson’s.
Understanding Parkinson’s Disease
Your brain produces a neurotransmitter known as dopamine. This chemical is responsible for controlling movement in your body. When your brain stops producing enough dopamine, your ability to control your movement starts to decline. As a result, Parkinson’s disease develops.
This process of losing neurotransmitters happens slowly over time. You may start to notice symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, such as:
- Tremors in your fingers, thumbs, hands, or chin
- Handwriting that becomes gradually smaller
- Losing your sense of smell
- Sudden or thrashing movements during sleep, as well as trouble sleeping
- Stiffness in your arms, legs, or throughout your body
- Straining during a bowel movement
- Difficulty keeping your balance
- Difficulty with activities of daily living (ADL) such as eating with a fork, dressing, and walking.
- Peripheral hallucinations
- Uncontrollable drooling
Also, you may exhibit symptoms such as a soft or low voice, facial masking, dizziness, or hunching over. If you experience a combination of these symptoms that gets worse over time, then consult your doctor right away. You can minimize the effects of Parkinson’s Disease if you catch the symptoms early. Our BR+NAD treatment center in Louisiana is available to provide Parkinson’s treatment with either intravenous or sphenocath-administered NAD, both of which have been shown to reduce tremors, drooling, peripheral hallucinations, cognitive impairment, and other symptoms associated with Parkinson’s, as this video testimonial from a patient describes.
What Causes Parkinson’s Disease
There are essentially two causes of Parkinson’s Disease, including:
If you work in a profession that exposes you to harmful chemicals, gases, or other substances, then you may be at risk of developing Parkinson’s disease. Some jobs that put you at risk of the disease include welding, farming, industrial jobs, or even specific military jobs.
Does Parkinson’s disease exist in your family? If so, you may be at risk of developing the disease. Currently, 10 percent of people who develop Parkinson’s have a family member who also suffers from the neurodegenerative disease.
If you are a male over the age of 50, then you should visit your doctor regularly to get tested for Parkinson’s disease. The sooner you get treatment, the more you can manage the symptoms.
Managing and Treating Parkinson’s Disease
Springfield Wellness Center has the staff, facilities, and treatment available for Parkinson’s disease. Typically, your treatment will involve one to three days of intravenous treatment initially, followed by monthly intravenous boosters. Alternatively, your condition may be treatable with intranasal NAD administered by Sphenocath. We also offer:
- Therapy for anxiety and depression that arises from dealing with your condition
- Developing an exercise plan that keeps you in good shape
- Helping you create and stick to a nutritious diet
- Providing a supportive team of treatment specialists to assist you
Get Professional Help at a Parkinson’s Treatment Center
If you are struggling with Parkinson’s disease and need professional treatment, then contact Springfield Wellness Center. We offer comprehensive care at our Parkinson’s treatment center. Call us today at 844.334.4727 to start your treatment plan. With support from Springfield Wellness Center, you can live a long and enjoyable life with Parkinson’s disease.