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Can you see it. Of course you can become better!!

Most diseases are very stress-related. e.g. Parkinson's – that we can all agree. But are we missing something obvious that might help? We need to gather together knowledge that is already out there and then “connects the dots” so I will do my best here to gather together the following already existing findings and add some of my own insights.

Below is a man with Parkinson's. He has problems walking, which is a typical Parkinson's symptom. According to the current belief, this is a sign that he has a problem with dopamine in his brain, and this is easy to see in the first half of the video.

In the second half of the video, you can see him biking without any problem, which is a sign that he has no problem with his dopamine production.

What’s going on? The answer to this strange phenomenon is that something gives him a limitation in the dopamine while walking, but not while he is biking. Other people can have problems driving or they might have no problems driving but difficulty with something else. Every person has a unique combination of symptoms and unique scenarios as to when they are having particular symptoms or not having them.

Below is an exciting shoe design that lets Parkinson's people with freeze symptoms walk with "ease" due to a beam of light on the floor. So here you see that a visual sign that can catch your attention and help you. The person that has problems with freeze episodes will, with these shoes, be able to walk.

Below you see a man with Parkinson’s who needs a walker to make his way across a room but who can easily walk downstairs. This is because he is focused on the task at hand, rather than his regular distracted thinking routine. After all, he knows that the stairs need attention if he does not want to fall. It is not the time for distracted thinking when your next step can cause you pain if you do it wrong. It is time for focus and attention.  So our standard flat floor and pavement are not stimulating our brain in a good way. The brain gets “lazy” and gives you time to think about challenges that are NOT in front of you.

If you combine the above strange observations with the videos below, you are close to solving the mystery about Parkinson's disease.

Below you will hear that dancing helps people with Parkinson's disease. So after dancing for an hour, these people feel better. On YouTube, you can find numerous videos talking about the benefits of dancing.

Boxing is also good to reduce Parkinson’s symptoms.

You can find a lot of videos about other ways you can improve Parkinson's symptoms (and these activities will help with a lot of other diseases as well.)

What is happening? The answer is that we are actually going in and out of our survival instincts all the time and this is causing symptoms. We can not help it. It is our body trying to keep us alive.

Here is the theory explained:

We all know how animals behave: run when they are in flight instinct (=exercise), fight when in the fight instinct (=boxing, as an example), and have an intense tremor when coming out of the freeze instinct. The last half of this video shows the freeze instinct which animals use when they cannot run or fight and are close to death.

I help people with Parkinson’s to find their way OUT of instincts because that is the culprit in Parkinson's disease and many other diseases. I am a biologist, coach, and therapist, so I have a good perspective to see these similarities between humans and animals, and I have worked for several years with Parkinson’s clients. (One client has been rescanned and is now free of his Parkinson’s diagnosis.)

I have made a six-week online course about this theory and how you can get better systematically. se more here

Over several years I have studied Parkinson's people who got better or healed and also have a handful of my own clients that are slowly improving by the systematic concept that I call HOPE Shortcut.

You can use the ideas you see here to help reduce symptoms, but the most effective way to improve is to STOP yourself from going INTO these survival instincts, and that is how a therapist like me can help you. Join my course and get the knowledge you need to find a more systematic road to better health.

More videos:

Big and loud? This behavior also drags you out of instincts. No one wants to be big and loud when a tiger is close but it also works the other way around which can be used to your advantage. You become relaxed when you make noise and move with self-confidence when no predators are around you.

Here is a search with articles about Tai chi ... it also works on Parkinson's. You can find similar articles with yoga, Qi Gong, meditation... But the story is the same: EVERYTHING that makes you relax improves Parkinson's.

And here’s a link to the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA):

The relationship between stress, anxiety and Parkinson’s disease

This page suggests some of the many things you can do to reduce symptoms. Just choose an activity, believe in it, and be persistent. The hardest part is to step out of medication as dopamine stimulates your mood but can often give you side effects similar to your Parkinson's symptoms. And dopamine is degraded to adrenaline, a stress hormone that kickstarts the fight, flight, and freeze reaction in the body…

Complicated? Yes, that is why you need help from the HOPE Shortcut course. The guys that heal the quickest are the ones that get 1:1 coaching from me. And do you know what? They already know that this is the truth and they contact me within 14 days of finding me and my group. Why? Because they have been searching for a coach like me. Are you one of these guys that are ready to invest time and money in your own health, write to liliansjoeberg@gmail.com and I will send you a form so you can apply for a free 30 minutes call with me.

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Gary Sharpe

Gary Sharpe

Dr Gary Sharpe, Phd, is a scientist and engineer by background, diagnosed with Early Onset Parkinson’s Disease in 2009.

 After six years of dying inside, he started “Out-Thinking Parkinson’s” in order to pursue pragmatic and practical solutions towards progressive symptom reduction for people with Parkinson’s Disease.

 Today, Out-Thinking Parkinson’s has become a major resource, where Gary and colleagues from around the world, who also have an insider’s perspective of PD, share their knowledge, philosophies and experience of living well with PD, and, also, record their stories of recovery.

strongly science backed, focused on pragmatic, practical and applicable research
Out-Thinking Parkinson's Progressive Symptom Reduction Strategies for Parkinson's Disease

Stress, Situations, Symptoms and Parkinson's Disease

It is in the nature of chronic diseases, such as Parkinson’s Disease, that symptoms manifest most when our survival instincts (fight, flight, freeze) take over our body’s function. This is why the severity and range of symptoms can vary moment to moment, hour to hour, or day by day, according to how stressed or how relaxed we are in that moment, for most chronic diseases

The Nervous system

Right now I am preparing an online course that explain diseases in a detailed perspective.

NORADRENALINE, ADRENALINE, DOPAMINE AND PARKINSON'S DISEASE

We explored a myriad of ways in which the various biochemical steps of the internal production of Dopamine could break down, leading to the Dopamine deficiencies in the body (including the gut and the eyes) and the brain, as is the case for people with Parkinson’s Disease

Real Life Improvement for People Affected by Diseases, from an Insider’s Perspective

Why Do We Do It?
Simply to help stop the suffering of People with Parkinson’s and their families as quickly as possible.

Who Is It For?
We are focused on providing information and knowledge for everyone, including People affected by Parkinson’s and those involved in their care, therapy and treatment, as well as education for the general public, students and the media.

What’s In It for People with Parkinson’s?
Significant reductions in both symptoms and drug-induced side effects. Significant reduction in health and care costs. Improved quality of life.






Why not use yourself as a study case

Mobility Coaching
Mobility Coaching

Who is Conner Trott

As a physical therapist and Parkinson’s specialist, I knew there has to be a better way to help people diagnosed with Parkinson’s make a lifestyle change to incorporate therapeutic mobility as part of their daily routine.
I have blended my 7 years of education into a WholeHearted system which blends functional neurology and functional mobility to integrate mind and body and regain your ability to move freely and easily.

I want to give you the foundational knowledge that I have as a physical therapist to empower your ability to create therapeutic programming for yourself and confidently build yourself a stronger body with every movement you do.

The WholeHearted Movement Renewal System

reclaim your mobility

I can help you make a healing, movement based lifestyle part of your new life. My year-long program starts from the heart outward, providing you with the knowledge of how you are mechanically designed and coaches you through how to self assess your physical limitations, reclaim your mobility, and fully embody your spirit.

The idea - short

1. Understand your Heart
2. Deconstruct your Body
3. Challenge Your Status Quo
4. Aim for Your Future
5. Reclaim Your Independence

The program

A hybrid coaching program delivered through educational videos, weekly group coaching sessions, private one on one guidance, and a private online community. 

I will take you through the process of learning and implementing neuromechanics, biomechanics, mind/body self assessment, and goal-setting in order for you to create your new movement based lifestyle that works uniquely for you.

 

reconnect our heart to our physical body

We will start with the heart and learn amazing things about how it really is the fiery engine of our body and soul, and then utilize physical and mental techniques to reconnect our heart to our physical body. We will go from head to toe learning about the joints of the body individually, and how they integrate together to allow us to stand erect, move, and interact with the world outside of ourselves. 

a point of exploration.

We’ll discuss how and why we want to build strength, flexibility, and cardiac endurance and learn how to continually assess ourselves to build ourselves better.

My goal for my clients is not only for movement to be a daily habit, but a point of continual therapeutic curiosity and exploration.

Why not get started

Education and Certified in

Professional Certifications:
LSVT BIG and PWR!Moves Certified
Functional Range Conditioning Certified
HeartMath Certified Practitioner

 

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No more talk, let me see the test

I want the knowledge now

The biological stress test

The stress test is a frontrunner for a course I call HOPE Shortcut.

if you like this test, you can read more about the course here:  https://hopeshortcut.com/information-about-hopeshortcut-online-course/

 

My mission is to spread self-help tools and easily accessible help to all people with symptoms, stress, and diagnosis. So, if your doctor cannot help you, this course might be for you.

I know that we can help you because most people are stressed, and stress negatively influences ALL symptoms and diseases. Feel free to look up in google [your symptom in English +  stress ].

So, what if we instead investigated and reduced ALL stress in your life. Then the logic tells that you will lower your symptoms.

Maybe you say that you are not stressed. Stress comes in many forms. If you know you have anxiety or a busy job, you know you are stressed. But you can be stressed in other ways as well. Take the test and see if it changes your opinion in any way.

I will focus on you, who have symptoms that vary during the day or week. These symptoms are easier to reduce.

More stable symptoms can be so heavy that you cannot feel the variation. Even if you have constant symptoms, there is a chance that the course can help you. But maybe you need more intensive support for this.

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­I’m the woman behind the stress test, which is the precursor to the online stress course “HOPE Shortcut”.

I’m an expert on feelings, stress, and trauma and what these do to you and your health.I have worked with people with Parkinson’s, and I have helped them a lot. See my references at my webpage.All diseases and symptoms get worse from stress, so why not start there. Without stress, your symptoms may be minimal.Get a longer and better future with the HOPE Shortcut course – to regain a life with quality.See The HOPEshortcut portal made for you that want to get out of stress and symptoms. https://hopeshortcut.com

Introduction to the biological stress types

This test covers six different stress types: Calm, Feel, Fight, Flight, Freeze, and Embrace.

I explain the six stress types after the test. Please answer the questions before reading the stress type descriptions, so the explanation does not influence your answers.

All people are a mixture of these six types!We can all learn to become calmer in our everyday lives, so no matter what primary stress type you are, every type gains something from reading about the Calm type to gain insight into maintaining a healthy body. Of course, it is most beneficial to be at ease and calm all the time, but only a few people manage this every day.

There are six categories, and each category has questions you are about to answer.

 

The category with the highest score is your primary stress type.

On the pages after the test, you can read about your primary type, and if your secondary is close, read that too.

Please remember: You have not had any influence on how you ended up like this! But being conscious about your automatic patterns is the first step to improving your health and becoming more stress-tolerant.This test is based on biological knowledge of fight, flight, and freeze instinct theory, in conjunction with my experiences coaching people with various problems, symptoms, and diseases.

The future will show that stress is closely related to any disease and that you can reduce the symptoms or even avoid the breakthrough of most diseases if you learn to be calm most of the time. The reason is that biological stress affects all symptoms. Stress and pressure might be the root cause of a lot of symptoms and diseases. Time will show if this is correct, but that is how new knowledge is trending right now. Due to the relationship between stress and symptoms, therapists like me can help people reduce symptoms and diseases, as most people have ongoing or frequent stress impacting their health.

You can start asking yourself: What happened in the time just before I became diseased?

Many of the people who become healthy after life-threatening illness say, “they have changed their lives,” that they have reduced their working hours and fill their lives with creative hobbies or the likes. Their focus has shifted from job and career to health and family.

 

You can read more about the course here:  https://hopeshortcut.com/information-about-hopeshortcut-online-course/

Stress is easy to live without, but difficult to avoid.