Exercise is an important part of your plan to treat and manage Parkinson’s disease. It provides physical and mental benefits to enhance your overall well-being and quality of life.
Certain types of exercise are particularly helpful to build strength, improve balance and develop better posture. You can also improve your mobility and range of motion, making daily life easier.
Studies have shown exercise to reduce the risk of Parkinson’s and to slow its progression.
Exercise can help you avoid isolation as many people exercise with a group of friends or family, making exercise a social activity.
You may want to consider some of the following:
- Physical and occupation therapy
- No Contact Boxing
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