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Positive123 posted:
I am a positive thinker!!

I just recently learned that I have PD. Now that I think about it, it started 13 years ago. I had small tremors in my right hand.

I also have epilepsy, diabetes and now PD. I am 70 years old. My epilepsy started when I was 6 years old. My health has escalated downwards to where I am at now.

I drink Chamomile tea to relax me during the day. I drink Sleepy Time Tea when it is time to relax for bedtime. I take one Melatonin pill to let me sleep. These are all natural at the Walmart store.

My epilepsy meds help, too.

To keep my memory in better shape I read and do research on my Bible. It is what I love doing. I go for a 30 minute walk or aerobics everyday to keep my muscles in shape.

I have found that my diabetes diet helps with my epilepsy and PD. I always drink Cranberry juice everyday for my bladder.

I am glad to meet everyone here!!
worn1 responded:
Welcome aboard. There is a web site called Viartis I think you might like.
I hope this web address works. I have a devil of a time trying to put the address in correctly
There are none so blind as those that will not see
worn1 replied to worn1's response:
It wrong. will try again
There are none so blind as those that will not see
njladyluck replied to worn1's response:
That is a great site Worn. Thanks.
njladyluck responded:
Welcome Positive123 - I have heard so many people say that the best thing is to be to help our pd is to be Positive. LOL

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