One of the buggers about having PD is that it wakes you up after only 3 or 4 hours of sleep… (I was a graphic vampire anyhow before this…) SOOO, what ends up happening is that you get a case of EDS (Extreme Daytime Sleepiness). Got to stay awake so I got a zero cal Red Bull to chug while I wait on a building to be delivered (Most of my students know what I’m like when I’m amped up!)
Hey it seems that there is a ripple in the force that is saying that GLUTEN may be the cause of Parkinson’s. Link Now it may be working on the placebo effect alone. You feel like it’s working but it’s only temporary. PLEASE DO SOME INVESTIGATION ON YOUR OWN ON THIS ONE. There’s much more to the story that calls it into question for me.
I’m not saying that it isn’t worth TRYING for 3 months. But I already have been down this “tunnel of love” with gluten and my oldest son (just look up “gluten and autism” on quackwatch.org!)
One of the downsides to having PD is that PD’rs are 30% more susceptible to the “Placebo Effect.” We respond to fake drugs and therapies like they actually work! It can even apply to therapies such as DBS and other treatments. We THINK we’re getting better but it’s all in our minds! Tricky, ain’t it?
Okay, Dark Knight, where are you when I needs you? Parkinson’s CAN make you feel just like Harvey Dent, you’re an extrovert trapped in an introvert’s body. USUALLY I would goof off with folks, play the clown and entertain potential clients and cataleptic students. But any anxiety shows up and the old hand starts to shakin…