Caffeine Level in Blood May Help Diagnose People with Parkinson's Disease

News   Jan 04, 2018 | Original Story from the American Academy of Neurology.

 
Caffeine Level in Blood May Help Diagnose People with Parkinson's Disease
 
 
 

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lesley samm | Jan 09, 2018

I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in my mid to late 40's. I had hand tremors for several years. Gradually becoming worse. I then noticed when I was tired the tremors were worse. I started falling for no apparent reason. I Later had stiffness in my legs and need to walk with 2 canes or a walker. I was very slow getting around. I am now 54 years old. I was forgetful at times and had difficulty expressing myself. I had difficulty swallowing at times. I become tired easily.Now am Parkinson's disease free,after using the Parkinson's disease herbal formula i purchased from BEST HEALTH HERBAL CENTRE for 6 weeks,tremors disappeared,No more legs stiffness,energy increased,walking without cane. All thanks to God for leading to BEST HEALTH HERBAL CENTRE. please visit their website for more information.. ww w.besthealthherbalcentre. com


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