About me

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My Name is Tom and I am from Heidelberg/Germany.    

I chose the pseudonym - Tom, because I'm an entrepreneur and I don't want everyone to know.

Year of birth: 1971, weight: 75 kilos, height: 181 cm

My Facebook - Profil: Tom Parkinson | Facebook

I was diagnosed with Parkinson's in December 2020, confirmed again by Datscan in January 2021.

My symptoms, early/mid 2021:

My left foot cramps after running about a kilometer, my left hand reacts more slowly, sometimes I don't walk very smoothly, my neck and shoulders are often tense. Slight trembling when turning the left hand sideways. Smell is not perfect but ok, no nightmares etc.

Due to the diagnosis in December 2020, I got severe depression and slept very badly.

​ I presented to three university hospitals (+ three neurologists) - each doctor/professor told me to take medication. To this day I don't take any medication. ​ ​ ​

​ My goal is to get by without medication for as long as possible, because I believe that they cause a lot of side effects. I am hopeful that there will be more treatments in the coming years that can stop Parkinson's and possibly even heal it.

It is therefore important to gain time and delay the disease for as long as possible without medication. ​

All over the world, there is intensive research and discussion to combat Parkinson's. Artificial intelligence and quantum computers.

 

In the last few decades, however, there have unfortunately been no significant new therapies from the pharmaceutical industry. ​

The number of Parkinson's patients is increasing rapidly due to the aging of society, environmental toxins/antibiotics and possibly even Corona.

And I suspect the number will continue to explode because new studies Researchers find biomarkers.

Parkinson's will be discovered earlier before it becomes noticeable through symptoms! ​

 

From my point of view, there are currently some candidates who improve or delay the course of the disease without side effects: ​ see "my method"

 

Result until 08/21/2022

I don't want to keep the Parkinson's and will mobilize my energy to let it go away again.

My mood is now very good and I haven't had any depression for several months and I sleep very well!

I can put my left hand in my trouser pocket better again, before that it was difficult.

I also no longer have severe tension in my neck/shoulder. The sense of smell has improved.

When I turn my hands outwards, I tremble a little more now.

The right hand was added, but it only shakes minimally.

My symptoms are barely progressing from the December 2020 diagnosis and have been consistent for a few months.