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It is good to be working at home this week because Parkinson’s disease (PD) has made college particularly hard going in the last couple of weeks. Thankfully I currently have lessons at college only two afternoons a week, but last semester the lessons were in the mornings which, with hindsight, seems to suit me better. I think I just need to get myself into a routine. I had adapted my medication timing and dosage to optimise my ‘on time’ for the morning lessons and that worked reasonably well for me.
For many of us January is a grim month of reflection rather than hope, and we resolve to give up those things we enjoy but do us no good. My resolution is always to give up chocolate, and every year I fail.
Regular followers of my blog about my life with Parkinson’s disease (PD) will know that in Summer of 2011 I decided it was long past time to stop spending all day, every day, researching PD.
I am just about to embark on the final semester of my 3-year degree (BA) in English and History at my local college. Last week I sat a 3-hour exam on the Spanish Civil War which, thankfully, went much better than I had feared it would. My Parkinson’s disease (PD) was relatively kind and allowed […]
When I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) nearly 14 years ago, I started medication within six months. Since then I have begun to realise that medication alone cannot adequately control the symptoms of PD: it is much more complicated than that. A more holistic approach is required, which promotes other principles such as maintaining […]
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