My husband finds chewing gum helpful and Atropine Sulfate 1% under the tongue helpful. Any other suggestions greatly appreciated.
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Thank you so much for sharing this valuable information. So glad Thiamine hc1 has improved your health. Best Regards to you.
Thank you so much for your reply. Is the this thiamine hc1 a prescription and how much did you need?
Thank you so much for your reply.
sadiecora. My husband has parkinson’s and I posted an introduction and question a few weeks ago. With all the messages on line, is there anyway people are notified and have their email pop up when there is a question or comment? My additional question is anyone having difficulty covering themselves at night? My husband is up a lot at night, too cold, too warm and too uncomfortable. When he gets back in bed and tries to cover himself, he can’t do it and gets cold. Would appreciate any special ggestions.
If you were satisfied with the assisted living and can afford it…PLEASE give yourself a break and have him readmitted. Depleting yourself, physically, mentally and emotionally is not going to help you or your husband, My daughter likes to remind me that when there are problems on a plane, the order is to put your oxygen mask on first before you help someone else.
My husband has had Parkinson’s for 12 years. He was very fortunate with the tremor only in his left arm and hand.
In the last year the tremor is now in right arm and hand. Makes doing something’s a little more difficult. He has remained active and has always been disciplined about walking outside or on the treadmill. He had also been doing a boxing class for Parkinson’s for about 5 months but was sick with UTI and flu and is still recovering his strength. Now I am starting to see some mental decline which varies by the day. Bedtime is difficult as he goes from bed to chair to get comfortable and complains of being hot or cold. A it would help if he could cover himself when cold but doesn’t seem to understand how to do it. Anyone familiar with the problem of covering themselves while in bed? aslso any ideas for sleep help besides Melatonin. Dr. prescribed a sleeping pill but made it worse.