When we talk about neurodegenerative diseases, except for Alzheimer's disease, it is Parkinson's. Parkinson's palsy, also known as paralysis agitans, is a neurodegenerative disease, a disease of the extrapyramidal system, also called dyskinesia, and it is common in the elderly, especially those over 60. The core symptoms are reduced, slower movement, dystonia and resting tremor, of which slowed movement is the core symptom. Of course, there are some non-motor symptoms, such as decreased sensation, decreased sense of smell, cognitive decline, sleep disorders, emotional disorders and other non-motor symptoms are also common manifestations of Parkinson's disease. The cause of the disease is mainly due to the lack of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra compact area. Generally, the corresponding clinical symptoms appear when the loss is more than 60%-80%. 200 years ago, the British physician James Parkinson was in his residence. Upstairs, he observed several neighbors trembling, leaning forward and slow in walking, which made him aware of this new disease.
How to treat Parkinson's disease?
Parkinson's disease is a chronic disease. Most patients have a course of more than ten years and require life-long treatment. As the symptoms worsen slowly, there is currently no complete cure, so the goal of treatment is to improve the quality of life of patients. For this reason, treatment methods also need to be considered from multiple perspectives, including drugs, surgery, functional rehabilitation, psychology, nutrition, etc., often requiring the participation of multiple disciplines. Shenzhen Guangyang Zhongkang Technology Co., Ltd. has a brain photobiomodulation therapy helmet. This product uses 256 LED lights with a wavelength of 810nm. Brain photobiomodulation describes the use of red light or near-infrared light to stimulate, heal, regenerate and protect tissues that are injured, degraded or at risk of death. The brain is one of the most important organ systems in life, and its optimal function is usually what humans worry about most. It is even possible to use PBM for cognitive enhancement in normal healthy people. In this transcranial PBM (tPBM) application, near infrared (NIR) light is often applied to the forehead due to its better penetration (hairless, longer wavelength). After three months of continuous use, you can feel that the symptoms are gradually improving. I believe that consistent use will definitely have good results!