Published July 25, 2005
by PublishAmerica .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
This book is about so much more than living with Parkinson Disease; it is about one man's journey to understand his diagnosis and who is learning to successfully manage it. It begins with pinpointing the cause of his symptoms, learning and accepting his diagnosis, and creating a life Reviews: REVERSE PARKINSON'S DISEASE (BOOK REVIEW) This book left me puzzled. In it, John Pepper insists that not only can Parkinson's Disease be halted; it can actually be reversed. This involves a combination of two procedures: firstly, vigorous exercise and secondly, regular intake of a drug, monoxidase type β inhibitors (MAO-β inhibitors).4/5(98). out of 5 stars Getting a life even after Parkinson's. Reviewed in the United States on Febru Verified Purchase. This was very helpful to me even after 25+ years of PD"I learned a lot of interesting stuff and info' Read more. One person found this helpful. s: NOT AN INFOMERCIAL About a quarter of the way through this book I felt like an INFOMERCIAL was coming so I sped through the rest of the book. Aside from many glaring misspelled words e.g. patent instead of patient, mixing up you and your, and tradition and transition the author does have a lot of good information on Parkinsons, but it could have been said in half the space/5.
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