Self-care, which includes your emotional wellbeing, is one of the most important practices for optimizing quality of life in the context of a chronic illness like Parkinson’s. We understand that living with a progressive, neurodegenerative disease makes it difficult to prioritize activities that are not directly related to the daily symptom control and you might forget that your other needs require attention too. Establishing a Self-care routine or talking to a trained professional will provide you with a better balance and it will undoubtedly result in you being better able to face the challenges this disease brings.
Assertiveness with Monica: why this is important when living with Parkinson’s and looking after yourself
A healthy voice
Lee Silverman Voice Treatment® LOUD (LSVT®) is an intensive program devised in the United States to train patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) to speak louder, at normal intensity, while keeping a good voice quality