When is the World Parkinson's Day observed?

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Rahul Rajpoot asked 15 days ago in General Knowledge by Rahul Rajpoot

When is the World Parkinson's Day observed?

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UTKARSHA SINGHROUL answered 9 days ago by UTKARSHA SINGHROUL

The World Parkinson’s Day is celebrated on April 11 annually. The day is celebrated to mark the birthday of Dr. James Parkinsons and to raise awareness against the disease and make people learn how to deal with the disease.

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The day is celebrated all over the world, and it is considered as the most important day to generate awareness among people about Parkinson ’s disease. Dr. James Parkinsons is from London and he described the symptoms of the disease as well as, the six different phases of the disease. Parkinson’s disease is a disorder which gets generated in the Central Nervous System of the person.
The disease causes movement loss, stiffness, slowness, and impaired balance are some of the basic characteristics of Parkinson’s disease. However, there is no complete cure or a diet which can cure the disease. But a good diet can treat the condition of the patient which help in improving the well-being of the person.
Some diet and exercise in daily routine as suggested by doctors are, 40 minutes of cycling for a minimum of 3 days in a week, take Vitamin B6 to minimize the effect of the disease. Studies show that consumption of Coffee can also minimize or delay the development of Parkinson ’s disease. Increase the intake of Vitamin D and Omega 3s. Adopt a good sleep rhythm to avoid the risk of development of the disease. Minimize the Stress level of your life and adopt a good exercising regime on a daily basis in order to save yourself from the effect of Parkinson’s disease.
Suggested Foods to minimize the effect of Parkinson’s disease and save yourself from the effect of disease in the future. Artichokes, Okra (Lady’s Finger), Kale, Bell Pepper, Potatoes, Berries, Pears, Apples, Grapes, Grains, Eggs, Kidney Beans, Edamame, Lentils, Pecans, Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Dark Chocolate, Beverages such as Red Wine, Coffee and Tea, Prunes, Ginger, and Plenty of fluid.