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Difficulty walking, obesity, restlessness. History of parkinson's disease, knee pain, depression. Suggestion?

i am XXXX old suffering from parkinson disease ,severe knee pain , anxiety and depression for the last 10 years . medicines are syndopa, pacitine, parkitiden, cartirise and nexito plus . now i am not able walk, body weight is more, restlessness, instability and constipation is more.what shall i do? please advise.
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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you seem to be in negative vicious cycle.first of all monitor what you are eating.keep your diet with adequate healthy balanced ingredients,for constipation take hot water with honey in morning on empty stomach.try to keep your mind positive,do start with little exercise and gradually increase it,set yourself goals in weight reduction like 1kg in 30 days,try to work towards that.for knee pain try oil of wintergreen which is very helpful.
Answered: Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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