Dating and parkinsons disease

"It's like your gyroscope is off," he says when asked what Parkinson's feels like. "I feel that kind of sideways feeling coming on," he says. "There's an idea I came across a few years ago that I love," he says."My happiness grows in direct proportion [to] my acceptance and in inverse proportion to my expectations." Though Parkinson's has weakened his voice, Fox's face looks mostly unchanged since he appeared on TV's Spin City and in his Back to the Future movies. If I can accept the truth of 'This is what I'm facing — not what can I expect but what I am experiencing now' — then I have all this freedom to do other things." For Fox, acceptance translates into a positive outlook.The drug itself also causes tics, involuntary movements and hallucinations in some patients.Other drugs used to treat Parkinson's are drugs which help the body to absorb l-dop and drugs that address muscle tremors directly. More recently, doctors found that a drug commonly used to treat leukemia could also be used to treat Parkinson's disease – but research is still in its very early stages. A healthy diet, regular exercise, stress management and counselling all play a role in managing the disease. Fox is not supposed to be enjoying himself as much as he is these days.

And the doctor said 'You have Parkinson's disease.' He said, 'The good news is that you have 10 years of work left'." "That was 22 years ago and I’m still working," he added in the interview, which aired in April 2015.

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