Parkinson

Parkinson impairs the movement and movement control mechanisms. It’s a progressing disease, and in time it may turn casual everyday movements (such as gesticulation, blinking, walking, etc.) into hard or even impossible ones.

Parkinson is caused, among other factors, by nerve system damage, metal poisoning (aluminum, manganese and others), liver malfunction, drug abuse and other. Tivoni products contribute to the inner balance of the body, which helps to treat the Parkinson’s disease.

Treatment by Tivoni

ParkinsonDirection for useMonthly
Cell Oxygen 21 tablespoon, 3 times a day, with meal (start gradually).2 Bottles
T-9 2 capsules, 3 times a day, far from meal.2-3 Boxes
T-31 full tablespoon, 2-3 times a day, with cup of water or juice, far from meal.2 Boxes
*For the most comprehensive and precise treatment, and in severe cases, please contact the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com

Did you know?

About 80% of Parkinson’s disease cases start with slight shaking of one of the hands. It increases at rest, and mostly disappears during sleep.

Definition of Parkinson

Parkinson is a degenerative disease of the nervous system. It affects the part of the brain that is responsible for movement control, by damaging the cells producing a neurotransmitter called dopamine. The role of dopamine in the brain is to transmit information from the brain to the peripheral nervous system. When its function is disturbed, or its amount is being decreased, the result is a decline of everyday functioning, inability to control body movements, involuntary shaking, slow movements, muscle stiffness and instability.

Parkinson’s disease is developing due to the destruction of area in the brain called Substantia Nigra, a part of the brain responsible for movements of the body through the excretion of the dopamine.

Usually, the disease erupts after the fifth decade of life, while the symptoms develop gradually. In most patients, the disease begins with light shaking of one of the limbs, in time it spreads to the second limb of the same side of the body, and then spreads to the other half and become worse and worse in time.

Types of Parkinson

  • Initial Parkinson’s disease – lack of dopamine at the damaged brain parts. Mostly appears after the age of 40.
  • Secondary Parkinson’s disease – the functioning of dopamine is disrupted, not its quantity, due to usage of psychotic drugs, carbon and manganese poisoning, tumors or strokes.

Diagnosis of Parkinson

The suspicion for Parkinson’s disease may arise when the patient blinks less, gesticulates less, his facial expressions seem to be blank (rare work of the facial muscles) and his walking is unsteady.