Parkinson’s Disease (agitated paralysis)

Parkinson’s Disease is one of the most wide-spread neurological diseases and is marked by its slow course, just like multiple sclerosis. Traditional medicine considers Parkinson disease to be incurable. This degenerative disease of the brain leads to the continuous mortifying of dopamine-producing nervous cells in a special region in the midbrain (Substantia nigra). As a result, the messenger substance dopamine, which is essential for motion sequences, can’t be produced sufficiently anymore. It is only when about two thirds of these nervous cells have been lost that the first symptoms of the disease surface.

When there are no obvious triggers, it is called an “idiopathic Parkinson syndrome”.

The “secondary Parkinson syndrome” is a similar disease that is triggered by certain causes (e.g. medicaments, brain tumours, atherosclerosis in the brain, inflammations).

Parkinson’s Disease was first described by the English doctor James Parkinson in 1817.

Risk factors (Parkinson): In about 70 to 80 % of the cases, there is no obvious cause for this illness. The likeliness of falling ill with Parkinson’s increases with age. In most patients, Parkinson’s starts between the ages of 50 and 60 years. Men are affected by Parkinson’s more often than women.

Symptoms (Parkinson): The beginning of the illness is insidious and advances throughout one’s life. The one-sided beginning is typical of the “idiopathic Parkinson’s Disease”, and also in the later course of the illness, one side of the body will be more strongly affected than the other.

Symptoms at the beginning of the illness: depression, reduction of the olfactory sense, walking in little steps without the arms swinging, obviated posture, general slowing down of movements, often trembling of arms or legs on only one side when still, silent and monotone speech, reduced facial expression, reduced size of writing, trouble sleeping.

The main symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are considered to be: muscle tremor, stiff muscles (rigour), slowing down of movements (bradykinesia) to immobility (akinesia), unstable posture. Parkinson’s disease is defined by the existence of bradykinesia or akinesia in combination with at least one more of the main symptoms.

Other symptoms are: slowing down of thinking, dementia, sweating heavily or freezing (defect in temperature regulation), disturbance of balance, suddenly occurring stiffness in the middle of a movement (“freezing”), diarrhoea or constipation, trouble urinating, increased production of saliva or sebum, fluctuations of blood pressure, disturbances of sexual function.

Diagnosis (Parkinson): anamnesis, L-Dopa-test (highly dosed medication of the dopamine-pre-stage L-Dopa), SPECT-examination (as proof of the reduction of dopamine-producing cells in the brain).

Traditional medical therapies (Parkinson):
Medication, surgery (deep brain stimulation). Since this disease is considered incurable, therapies aim at slowing down and weakening the progression of the illness. Physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy are recommended in order to improve the quality of life.

All medical information is subject to change regarding the correctness and completeness.

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Spiritual healing as a measure to support the traditional medical treatment of Parkinson’s Disease:

As a spiritual healer I try to use my power of concentration to prevent the further dying of dopamine-producing nervous cells in the brain and stimulate the production of dopamine.

Intuition helps me as a clairvoyant to visualize the best possible approach for the respective person and his or her illness.

When people suffer from serious illnesses such as Parkinson’s Disease it is best to work with them every day. When they live far away it isn’t necessary for them to be physically present. The client’s photo or signature are sufficient.

Scientific double-blind studies on spiritual healing were performed in the USA. Spiritual healing can help, as was clearly shown by the results.

Spiritual healing exclusively focuses on the activation and harmonization of the body’s own energy fields (life energy) and is not considered a healing treatment. The effectiveness and success of energy treatments have not been scientifically proven in Austria. They have been falsified for various methods. No promises are made as to success, recovery or relief. All patients must voluntarily agree to this method of treatment.

In accordance with that, spiritual healing doesn’t present a substitute for a medical diagnosis or treatment or a psychological or psychotherapeutic treatment or examination. Any statements or pieces of advice are not considered diagnoses but are solely energy-related descriptions of a person’s state.

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