Reduce Tremors in Parkinson’s Disease

Tremor’s in Parkinson’s occur due to the deficiency of Dopamine – a neurotransmitter that is responsible for neuromuscular function, cognition, mood, attention and more. This occurs due to neurodegeneration. However, there are solutions beyond that of L-Dopa supplementation.

In this video, I discuss a simple, research-proven solution.

Tremors are one of the 3 characteristic Parkinson’s triad symptoms, together with muscle rigidity and bradykinesia. In treatment, doctors typically give L-Dopa to help manage this symptom, however, this is only a temporary fix. According to clinical studies, symptoms of Parkinson’s can be more effectively reduced a complete Ayurvedic medical protocol (see study). However, for the purpose of managing this symptom for patients unable to get authentic Ayurvedic treatment, a simple solution is the amino-acid known as Methionine.


Methionine is an essential amino acid that plays an important role in metabolism and is responsible for growing new blood vessels via angiogenesis.  In a clinical study, Methionine was used for treating Parkinson’s disease and resulted in a reduction in tremors (see study). However, there are dangers of using Methionine, so I strongly recommend using this supplement under a doctor’s supervision.

The supplement I use with patients is This One.

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(Always use medicinal herbs under the supervision of a doctor)
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by Dr. Nishal R.
Copyright © 2018

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