Parkinson’s Disease or PD is a neurodegenerative disorder; it may progress slowly but worsens over time. Symptoms in the advanced stages of this disease can include slowed movements, tremors, and memory loss. Many sufferers find themselves increasingly dependent on their caregivers as their condition declines. No cure for PD has been discovered, but medications are available to reduce the effects of its symptoms.
Although diabetes is a common serious disease, there are many aspects that are misunderstood or ignored. High levels of sugar in the blood can affect nerve endings resulting in widespread nerve damage. An estimated 60% of all diabetics have some sort of neuropathy and many experience pain, discomfort, numbness, tingling, or loss of sensation in their feet or legs.
Migraines headaches that are characterized by pulsating head pain, usually occurring on one side of the head that can worsen with routine activity. These attacks are accompanied by a host of symptoms that can include nausea, blurred vision, and sensitivity to light. Recently conducted research indicates that 13% of the general population suffers from migraine headache.