Diet for Parkinsons Disease

There is no specific diet for Parkinson’s disease. However, you can include some self-care in your daily regimen to improve your movements. A daily routine of exercise can help keep your muscle coordination. Regular exercise can reduce muscle cramps and improve your sense of balance. You can also prevent deformities of your joints by exercising regularly. Other home remedies include getting regular massage therapy. 
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