Tag Archives: Parkinson’s Humor
Today is a brave new day in your neurodegenerative life! Your brain chemistry — probably your dopamine levels — are out of whack and causing havoc: On/Off symptoms; body trembling; sleep deprivation. Begin neurologist’s new (and improved?) medication regime. Keep track of side-effects. Resist urge … Continue reading
Parkinson’s Breakthrough! Cougar Trial Finder Extracts Dopamine from Disgraced Dalhousie Dental Students
OK, it was just a dream — but if you ask me, those misogynistic dentistry students at Dalhousie University have way too much dopamine flowing in their brains. I say round ’em up, shave their heads, and extract some of … Continue reading
who knows the new noise you’ll yell YELL breaking out of your New Year’s shell
Wishing you all a loving & uplifting season!
“I accidently left your book [Most Of Me] in the seat back of an airplane the day after I got it. I liked the first page though.”
I’d rather have a side salad or a side of beef ride sidesaddle wearing a fig leaf grow sideburns sideways to my teeth oh…what I’d do for a little relief Yours Truly, Robyn’s Brain (recovering from adverse reaction to Bupropion … Continue reading
Today is a teary new day in your neurodegenerative life! Your brain chemistry — particularly your dopamine levels — are seriously depleted. Contact neuropsychiatrist. Maintain current medication regime. Remember you can’t do everything for everyone. Blow your nose. Rest.
Serve with endless supply of unconditional love. *Recipe is also helpful when at a crossroads in life
I wouldn’t. But apparently one woman did! She is 42 years old, has early onset Parkinson’s disease and deliberately went to hospital. Upon examination, doctors blamed Rasagiline — the only Parkinson’s drug she was taking — for her hyperarousal, increased … Continue reading
It’s been 7 years since I was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s. I consider myself fortunate that, most of the time, I still have good balance and mobility. However, I do experience fatigue, dyskinesia and on-off symptoms — and when this … Continue reading