His is me walking away. Away from negotive people, people who bring unwanted anger and lack of motivation to be a better human. To the people who judge me and put me in a box rather than look at their own actions. I’m so disappointed in people right now. My ex srr says I’m sorry for your next wife.. LoL. Whay? I guess being. Adorded and pampered every day must suck. She’s just pissed because I held her accountable for her action never matching her words. Which you’d think by the age of 30 she’d know better, but hey to each their own. Ineed a reliable person to be my partner not some millennial who thinks just showing up get you a prize. I’m so over all of this relationship crap. I’m a kind loving person. I always have been and I actively through my actions show people daily that it’s true. I’m sick of people say shit about me. You don’t know me and if you do then you know it takes a lot of hurt for me to lash out. It takes me feeling boxed Into a cornered and feeling abused before I speak up these days.
So thank you to all the people who have stood with me over the years the people who have watched life tear me to shreds to the people who have seen me daily try to overcome the obstacles life has given me. To those people thank you for seeing the man behind this broken shell and wounded heart.
To those of you who left my side. Thank you for your part in my journey if you were a part of it I must have loved you dearly, I hope you are well and enjoying the life you’ve chosen.
An aching shoulder is a fairly common early symptom and heralds the side of the body Parkinson’s will start. It is not uncommon to be mistaken for arthritis. At some point, most people with Parkinson’s experience aching, stiffness, numbness or tingling. For a small percentage of people, pain is the most disabling symptom of the disease. “Thats Me :(” Ive alwas been an over achiever.
Poor posture can lead to musculoskeletal pain. Neck or back arthritis can contribute to nerve or root pain. Dystonia—the sustained twisting, spasms, or posturing of part of the body—is perhaps the most severe cause of pain in PD. Often it occurs early in the morning, when the last levodopa dose has worn off, and can be relieved by a new dose of medication. Extreme restlessness, called akathisia, is a form of discomfort that prevents some people from being able to sit still, lie down, eat at a table, or attend social gatherings. Rarely, Parkinson’s causes a form of pain called central pain. Pain in Parkinson’s sometimes is caused by the disease and other times is related to medications. Many therapies are available. By doing a careful examination and taking a detailed medical history, your doctor can diagnose the source of your pain and suggest appropriate treatments.
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Pain in Parkinson’s Disease
Category: Non-Motor Symptoms and Complications of Parkinson’s
Resource Type: Publications
Publication Date: 2005
Author: Blair Ford, M.D.
Publisher: Parkinson’s Disease Foundation
Toll Free: (800) 457-6676
Associated URL: http://www.pdf.org/en/factsheets
Address: 1359 Broadway, Suite 1509
City: New York Zip: 10018
State: New York
This fact sheet addresses the often overlooked painful symptoms of PD and describes an approach to diagnosing and treating the various pain syndromes that may occur. Also offered in Spanish.
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