I have taken Azilect now for about 6 + years and I am still doing quite well. However, I would add that I exercise daily. My neurologist also sent me to physical therapy and they have given me about a dozen new low impact stretches and exercise's that have been life changing. They are to help with balance and posture. Good posture helps a lot in improving balance. Some are directed at opening my chest muscles up to give my lungs the ability to breath more deeply easier and greatly adds to my range of motion. I HIGHLY recommend the opportunity. Some of them are; Standing Heel raises, single leg stance, Sidelying truck rotation, Eccentric heel raises, Bridging, Bridge marching, standing hip flexor stretch – knee on chair, Pectoral stretch with raised arm at 90 degrees, Air squat;, standing retraction I's, Y's and T's with air squat, chin tuck with over pressure, and or chin tuck – supine, clasped hand flexion – supine and the following with stretch bands ( yellow and red) Elastic hand rows,, Elastic band scapular retractions with mini shoulder extensions. Lower trap Y with band. I also use a metronome about 75 beats per minute make large steps up and back using a hand rail. Also large steps, sideways lifting your knees high and walking with high knees. Sounds like a lot but I do all of them and have improved so much and I feel so much better BUT don't start feeling to good mentally because YOU still can fall with dire consequences. All off these can be found on the internet. Good luck and Happy Easter!!