Morris County NJ Exercise And Nutrition For Parkinson’s
How Cardio Boxing Can Improve Parkinson’s Disease!
By Jose Fuentes/C.S.P.S./CN
It’s not surprised to anyone these days the alarming NJ parkinson’s disease rates. If you are one of the thousands of individuals, whose disease has started, or, it is already very pronounced. This article can help you a lot. NJ parkinson’s disease rates, have increased severally since 2002 according to the American Parkinson Disease Association.
The most shocking fact, is that up until this year people start talking of the many ways exercise can help people with the disease. When prolix stories popped in the paper inducing patients to engage into an exercise activity I ASK myself. Have many clients I have helped surmount the condition, with my skills? . Plus. I have been talking for years about the benefits of balance training and neuromuscular stimulating physical activities for individuals whose lives have been impacted by Parkinson.
In simple terms, everyone who has been affected by this brain imbalance, will have a movement disorder, that can affect the ability to perform common tasks, due to a motor skills deficiency. Tremors ( a form of rhythmic shacking), stiffness or rigidity of the muscles, and slowness of movement, are few of the symptoms encounter on people affected by. There is over 10 people worldwide with it. And the numbers keep growing. Most people who develop it, do so sometime at the age of 50, but youngsters can develop it as well. But an interesting fact is that boxing lessons for Parkinson can be beneficial for those who have been diagnosed. Here is why: training for boxing requires a great deal of eye contact coordination, hand speed, foot work, and balance. Parkinson’s cause a loss of the same elements boxers endeavour to maintain. In addition boxing is an incredible stress reliever and a dopamine booster. (Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that “when kicks in” induces the brain to feel motivated, rewarded and accomplished). That’s why boxing is very important, not only for brain relief, but also to slow down conditions, patients have a hard time with, such as: walking, navigating obstacles, talking, writing, singing, typing, sitting, and maintaining control of their limbs.
This neurodegenerative disorder can impact almost everyone of their day to day activities. As well as causing sleep disruption disorders. And to make matter’s worst, depression could be another symptom link to the population suffering from it.
At Shapes R IN FITNESS, we have developed an exercise system, that integrates boxing to strengthen all the areas which the disease has weaken.
These sessions at our facility will help you improve balance, motor skills, movement, sensory function. We make you work on aerobic activity while improving your balance. Our cardio boxing system is loaded with full reactions. Our classes engage the body and brain, which have helped keeping our student on their toes.
Also these foods should be considered on any grocery list of those who have been diagnosed with Parkinson.
Vegetables: Artichokes, Okra, Kale, bell peppers, potatoes.
Fruits: Berries, pear, apples, grapes
Grains: Quinoa, couscous, farro, chickpeas
Legumes: Kidney beans, edamame, lentils
Finally unlike real boxers, who fight for money or love of the sport, you will be fighting for your own health on each and every class!.
Check our vegan section and find out why a vegetarian diet can help surmount any neurological condition!.