Parkinson’s disease is a slow-moving, degenerative disease. Symptoms come on over time and gradually worsen. With proper treatment, one may be able to arrest the symptoms.
Chemical exposure contributes to Parkinson’s symptoms. Mold, mercury, pesticides, and other toxins play a role in neurological issues.
Stress also plays a factor in disease development. Lifestyle changes are imperative for best health.
Listen as Parkinson’s survivor Robert W. Smith joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to share how he adjusted his life to contain Parkinson’s.