Little Victories


May 22, 2024

Parkinson’s Attacks: Tips to Calm the Mind and Control Anxiety

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By Juan Diego Drouet
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Parkinson's Disease can bring out intense and difficult times, especially when very strong Parkinson's attacks occur. These crises can be difficult to manage, both for the patient and the direct caregiver. Here we will give you valuable advice to stay calm during this difficult period.
  1. Deep Controlled Breathing

The most effective technique for managing stress and staying calm is deep, controlled breathing.     Take a few minutes to focus on your breathing, inhaling deeply through your nose and exhaling slowly through your mouth.     This exercise will help relieve stress and emphasize calmness.


  1. Meditation and Mindfulness

Meditation and mindfulness practices can be powerful tools for managing stress and improving focus.     These habits help you stay present and accept things as they are. This is particularly useful during attacks of Parkinson's disease.


  1. Exercise Therapy

Exercise therapies such as Tai Chi and Pilates can be helpful in improving movement and balance, which is important during Parkinson's disease attacks.     These treatments can help reduce the frequency and severity of attacks, thereby improving quality of life.

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  1. Positive Attitude

It is important to develop a positive attitude towards Parkinson's disease.     Accepting the diagnosis and working as a team with your medical team can help you find effective solutions and strategies for managing Parkinson's disease attacks.


  1. Use Assistive Technology

There are a variety of technologies and devices designed to help people with Parkinson's disease manage their symptoms.     From mobile apps to movement trackers like smart watches, these tools can increase independence and safety during Parkinson's attacks.


Dealing with severe attacks of Parkinson's disease can be difficult, but with the right strategies and a mutually supportive approach, you can find ways to calm your mind and improve your quality of life.     Remember that every person and situation is different and what works for one person may not work for another.     The most important thing is to be willing to learn, adapt and ask for help if necessary.

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