Researchers have found how patients with Parkinson’s diseases can take an active role in managing their disease. Chintan Shah, MS, from the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio reports that incorporating exercise in their daily activities can help patients take control of their symptoms and live a better life. Cleveland Clinic researchers have found that pedaling fast (about 75-80 revolutions/minute) improved the brain function of patients with Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative condition that affects the central nervous system and is manifested by movement disorders like shaking, rigidity and slowness in moving. The study was inspired by an unexpected observation […]Continue reading Fast Pedaling Improves Parkinson’s Symptoms
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