I have young onset pd at age 39 - I'm now 43 and have had remarkable results with taking the Velvet Bean supplements. I take 4 a day and I feel "giddy" and have that "good mood feeling"! I highly recommend it.
I can now button, zip, type, write & swing my arm 30% better!!
I'm sorry we all have pd. I pray for a cure daily!!View Thread
My Neuro. told me that shortness of breath & pain are not symptoms of PD! I struggle tobreathe and he told me to see an internist.
It's very scary when you can't get a full breath! I'm on azilect & Mirapex. It'svery hard to work out when you struggle tobreath! I didn't know this was a symptom until I read these replies. I can't even type because my righthand is extremely slower than my left and I hate this irrational disease!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!View Thread
Thank you Dr. Stacy for your quick response. I just seem to feel like a blowfish. I'm also having trouble breathing. It feels like I have fluid in my lungs also. Is there anything I can do about it? I'm 43 and it makes it hard to workout when I struggle to get my full breathView Thread
Harvard research just found studies to support this. I haven't tried it yet. Velvet Bean has a natural form of dopamine. I take 2 a day and sometimes I feel real giddy and have that "good mood" feeling. I highly recommend it!View Thread
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