Here is everything you really need to know about
Parkinson's Disease all in one place...

"Learn Everything You Need to Know
About Diagnosis, Medical Concerns and Treatment, Coping With Your Emotions, Daily Care, Family Life, Caregiving & More"

If you, or someone you love, suffers from Parkinson's disease, then this is going to be one of the most important letters you'll ever read.

Here's why:

There's a lot of myth and misinformation floating around about this disease.

Plus, most of the authoritative answers are written in medical language that you need a medical degree to understand.

You shouldn't need to be confused about Parkinson's simply because you didn't go to medical school.

You deserve to have all the information you need in one place, written in an easy-to-understand everyday language that won't confuse you. Why should you be frustrated in your attempt to find relevant and important information?

(As if having Parkinson's disease or caring for someone with the disease wasn't challenging enough.)

Well, I'd like to share with you my experience which will help you a lot. So...

"This Is My Story..."

Me and my mom Val

Hi, my name is Lianna Marie and back in 1991 my mom Val was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. Needless to say, the family was devastated.

We had no idea what Parkinson's Disease was or what was in store for her, or how it would affect her life. We immediately began to ask questions such as...

  • How much time did she have before it would drastically impact and change her life?
  • Would she still be able to live a normal life... to be able to walk or dance or keep on playing the piano? (playing the piano was one of her greatest joys in life)
  • Was she going to die earlier than normal because of Parkinson's???
  • ... and on and on ...

These were just some of the questions we simply didn't know the answers to. This led to despair, sadness and a crushing fear of the unknown.

I mean, where should we go from here? What should we do next?

I Must Admit We
Made Some Mistakes...

We did some things wrong because we simply didn't know any better. This was an emergency situation for us and sometimes we're not our best in emergencies.

I really wanted to help my mom, so I started to research any and everything I could find on Parkinson's.

I checked the bookstores... checked the internet.. and spoke to as many people as possible about how they coped with the disease and what worked for them. 

I desperately wanted to help my mom and nothing was too much to do if I thought it would lead to finding some useful information.

After hundreds of hours searching, I began to find the answers and discovered things like:

  • How to overcome the fear and despair of Parkinson's
  • How to slow down its progress and reduce the severity of symptoms
  • How to get your confidence back and maintain your independence for as long as possible
  • How to create a sense of well being and serenity in your life

It took me hundreds of hours of reading and research to find all this information and transform it into helpful and practical tips.

Slowly, my mom learned how to feel better, cope more effectively, be more productive, and start every day filled with hope and optimism. 

My mom Val and her husband Dave, 2002

Her medications worked well for decades and we managed to get dyskinesia under control.

She was able to continue playing the piano (Oh Danny Boy was her favorite), spend lots of time puttering around in her garden, and enjoy her large extended family.

She even continued to dance in the late stages of her disease.

Don't get me wrong. living with Parkinson's is a frustrating challenge at times, but overall, we learned it's possible to still lead a healthy, happy and productive life for many years after diagnosis.

Best of all, Parkinson's didn't slow down my mom as much as we first feared.

Thank God!

Until you realize you CAN take back control of your life in spite of Parkinson's Disease, you won't know just how relieved and peaceful you can feel.

One day about 12 years after diagnosis, I was chatting with my mom and she mentioned how much easier, happier, and more peaceful her life would have been if she had known about the things she learned through trial and error years before.

This made me realize that there are lots of people who've been living with Parkinson's for a while, or who have recently been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, who could really benefit from this same information.

So I've taken the time to write down everything we learned and discovered and put it all in a book called:

"The Complete Guide for People with Parkinson's Disease And Their Loved Ones"

This labor of love came out of my 30 years of personal research and experience of caring for my mom.

It's a literal gold mine of information I want to share with people who have Parkinson's, or who know or love someone who does.

This book, written in plain, easy-to-understand language, teaches you everything you need to know to about Parkinson's Disease, without you guessing or searching endlessly for answers to your biggest questions.

Here's some of what you're going to discover:

  • Discover exactly what is Parkinson's Disease. Where does it start? How fast does it progress? You'll be surprised to know the confusion that still exists on this subject. It's vital that you understand what the disease actually is, not just the symptoms.
  • What causes the disease and how you can know if you're likely to get it. Find out about an unlikely group with a BAD health habit that almost never gets Parkinson's.
  • How you can get correctly diagnosed in determining whether it's Parkinson's Disease you really have. My mother's correct diagnosis was missed for three whole years by her doctors! Find out how to avoid this happening to you or your loved ones.
  • Is Parkinson's hereditary? Discover what the latest research shows about whether you should be concerned if your parent or close family ancestry had Parkinson's.
  • Can Parkinson's be cured?
  • 22 of the most common symptoms of someone with Parkinson's Disease. Learn these symptoms so you won't be fooled by other 'look alikes'.
  • What you should know about how fast the disease is likely to progress. It may be less scary than you anticipate.
  • What the latest research reveals about the most effective ways to slow the progression of Parkinson's. You'll discover some common nutritional supplements that can help in this area.

"Thanks For Being There"

Lianna,

I am glad you are THERE to write the book. After reading I am much clearer about some of the things that are happening to me. I reached my crisis about 18 months ago, took most of the time since to get my medicines just right, and today I am often back to feeling as good as 2 years ago. Again, thanks for being there.

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John
Detroit, MI
  • The 5 Stages of Parkinson's and how to identify which stage you're at now. It's important you know this so that you can tell how fast the disease is progressing in YOUR case.
  • How Parkinson's can affect your life expectancy and whether people die from the disease. It's a lot less scary than you think!
  • Why attending a Parkinson's support group meeting may NOT be the best move for someone who has just been diagnosed with the disease.
  • The two DIFFERENT types of Parkinson's and which is more common of the two.
  • What you should know about Essential Tremor and how it differs from Parkinson's Disease. Discover 12 differences that help you to tell one from the other.
  • The role that age plays in getting Parkinson's and what you should know about Early Onset Parkinson's.

"Thanks For Making It Simple!"

Thank you so much for writing the book - it already has answered many of my questions.

I've had PD for about 6 years - diagnosed 3 years ago. So far so good. There were about 6 other people in FT. Smith who were diagnosed the same year I was so we have a great group who meet at parties and such and talk about our ailment!!

Many thanks again for writing the book and for making it simple!!

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Sally
Ft. Smith, Arkansas
  • Why anxiety and depression are common in Parkinson's patients and how to best alleviate these negative emotions.
  • The relationship between Parkinson's and Alzheimer's Disease and if one can really lead to the other. Here you need to separate hard facts from common beliefs.
  • The real cause of depression in Parkinson's patients whether it's caused by the disease or the side effects of the common medications. PLUS the 9 signs of depression that you must look for to determine if you should seek medical help.
  • What you should know about stress and how this can negatively impact you. Learn 5 simple techniques you can use to alleviate stress and reduce these effects.
  • Why you should be concerned if you have both Parkinson's and high blood pressure. This is important information that everyone should know.
  • The skin condition that is commonly associated with Parkinson's and how you can treat this condition.
  • The 7 professionals you should include in your treatment plan when dealing with Parkinson's. These all have an important part to play in helping you live a fulfilling life even with Parkinson's.
  • What you should know about the common medications prescribed for Parkinson's patients and the common side effects and long-term effects of the drugs.
  • Drugs you should definitely avoid while on Parkinson's medication and those you should tell your pharmacist about if you're using them.

"I Believe This Will Help Many People"

Lianna, What a wonderful book you have written, it has answered a lot of my questions about Parkinson's that I was not sure of before, AND NO DOCTOR WAS ABLE TO CONFIRM. I read it the same day you sent it to me.

We have been going to many Doctors with our side effects, and not one of them, including the neurologist, acknowledged they could be a part of Parkinson's Disease, my husband has every side effect that you listed in your book, therefore assuring me what we are dealing with, is the same thing many others are dealing with.......

This frees our minds as to the fact that we now know what we are dealing with (instead of the unknown) and can now deal with the life we must deal with...Instead of searching for a solution to the problem. Wasting a lot of time and MONEY.

May God Bless you and your mother on the work and research you are doing. I believe it will help many people. IT IS THE UNKNOWN THAT IS HARDEST TO DEAL WITH. I cannot say Thank you enough times...

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Phyllis & Jim Tuttle
Ocala, FL
  • 12 Ways to reduce nausea, a common side effect of many Parkinson's Disease drugs. You'll want to keep these valuable tips handy.
  • 8 Techniques you can use in order to prevent "freezing". You'll discover a neat little trick my mother discovered by accident that works very effectively.
  • How to know if you are getting the most out of your medicine.(How much "off time" is reasonable?)
  • Common things you should avoid to help reduce your tremors.
  • 23 tips for avoiding or reducing drooling. This is a very common symptom because of the difficulty in swallowing and greater production of saliva by Parkinson's patients.
  • 11 Speech Therapy techniques you can use to improve your speech clarity and the 5 devices available to help Parkinson's patients communicate better.
  • 18 Tips for making chewing and swallowing of food much easier (these will come in very handy!)
  • 15 tips for helping you to get a better night's rest and more comfortable sleep. You may want to print these and hang them beside your bed as a reminder.
  • 7 Main alternative treatments for Parkinson's Disease you should at least know exists. This doesn't mean that you'll want to try all of them but you should at least be able to discuss these options with your primary physician.

"I Can't Thank You Enough"

Thank you, to you and your mother for all of your hard work and time in putting this book together for Parkinson's people. I appreciate any information that is easy to read and understand and is also from people like you who have experienced this disease.

I am looking forward to a quiet time with my husband so we can read this together and help each other understand what we may be looking forward to now and in years to come. We are new to this and learning every day.

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Roanna
Boston, IL
  • The proper treatment for Ongoing Acute Pain in Parkinson's patients and the7 areas in which physical therapy can help.
  • A neat little trick my mother uses to get rid of toe cramping. This one may make you smile but she swears that it works!
  • The surgical operations used to treat Parkinson's patients and the success and risks involved with each method.
  • The latest research towards finding a cure for Parkinson's Disease. You'll also discover where to find the latest information on the fight to find a cure.
  • 11 tips on how you can make your quality of life better. Simply because you have Parkinson's disease doesn't mean your life has ended. (Did I mention my mother still goes out dancing sometimes?)
  • What you should know about the foods you should eat more of and those you should avoid like the plague. Yes, diet plays a very important role in helping you live life to the maximum.
  • 5 herbs that have been shown to be helpful in Parkinson's patients.
  • Discover which physical exercises can help improve general quality of life and strengthen challenged muscles.
  • 18 Helpful tips on maintaining a healthy body weight. This may mean either gaining or losing weight.
  • Some practical ways to make life easier for someone with Parkinson's as the disease progresses. These are practical tips any caregiver will find invaluable.
  • What you should know about getting financial help from your government and other agencies.
  • ...and much more!

This book is the sum total of thirty years experience and research in living a life with Parkinson's Disease. It's chock-full of vital facts, helpful hints and critical information... all in one easy to read book.

Here's How To
Get Your Copy!

Until now it would have taken you countless hours to research and find the answers to your questions. I'm so excited to be able to bring all this "peace of mind" to you bundled in one place. Simply choose your preferred bookstore below. The book is available in hard copy or e-book, so whether you want to read a physical copy, or get access to the information instantly on your Kindle, tablet, or iPad, we've got you covered!

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Wishing you and your loved ones years of good health and happiness,

God Bless,


Here Are Some More Letters I Received
From Some Very Thankful People...

Thank you very much!!!! I have downloaded and have begun reading. So far, I love the layout and easy reading!!!! Great Job!! This will be most helpful in the battles ahead. Thanks again,

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Brenda
Murfreesboro, TN

Hi Lianna, I have received your book and I am absolutely amazed by the depth of the content. Although I have just glanced through the content, I think it will prove to be a very valuable information resource for my family.

I am indeed very grateful to you for sending this to me. Please keep up the excellent work you are doing...it is really helping a lot of people in the real world.

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Rajul
Chula Vista, CA

I am going over the material now, and I want to first of all, congratulate you on such a clear presentation. The material you present me is easy to digest (without the 'doctor-speak').

I am a friend of someone who has Adult onset (she is 46, and has been diagnosed for 4 years). I look forward to finishing the material to help with my understanding, and thank you for the added material for caregivers and strategies.

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Robert
Toronto, ON

I have already downloaded the book. Thank you so much! My family and I have already been reading it. You have so much good information in there. Thank you for taking the time to do the ebook. God Bless you and your family !!

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Cheryl
Boise, ID

Dear Lianna, I got your ebook and all is A-okay. I am not a computer person but my husband is. Read your book in one sitting. It is so very helpful. It is so easy to become depressed when you have Parkinson's.

Thank you for doing the research and sharing.

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Patricia
Omaha, NB

Hi lianna, I think your work should be read by sufferers and carers. It would be of value to family and offspring who are not actually carers but are affected by the changed situation.

It or something like it should be given to the newly diagnosed and partner. your book is a very useful work.

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peter
Indianapolis, IN

What you are doing with trying to get information out there is great. I applaud your efforts. I talk to people on a regular basis now that have been fighting PD for years and I have found these people to be some the best inspirations you could ever come across.

I am new to this so called "PD monster" and all though it scares me to think of the uncertainty of my future it has made me a better person. Don't get me wrong, I have cried about my diagnoses and I have denied it. Now I merely accept it and try to find humor in myself.

Strange to think that it took something like Parkinson's to teach me to laugh at myself. I believe PD can humble you but it can't defeat you unless you let it. The people of the "Parkinson's community" have been the most supportive group I have ever encountered.

There are people there so severely disabled and grappling with pains so bad I want to cry for them-and they will still take the time to tell me it could be worse and let me know not to fear my future.

I think your book is a great way to get more information out there and information is the key to finding a cure.

Thank you for being there for your mom. As a mother( I am 36) with a young daughter and Parkinson. I fear more for her future than mine. I pray not to be an embarrassement/burden to her as I progress.I am glad to hear that you saw the strength that is in your mom. I hope my daughter will be proud of me as she grows older.

Best of luck to you in your future.

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Melinda
Las Vegas, NV

Just wanted to let you know that I had already downloaded the books and bonuses and read a good bit of them. They have been very helpful already.

When I was first told I had Parkinson's 4 years ago (at age 49) I didn't realize how devastating an illness Parkinson's could be. As it has advanced over the past 4 years, I'm finding it increasingly difficult to cope with the disease, so anything that makes life easier is very welcome.

Many of your tips are things that I do already, but many are new to me so I'm looking forward to further easing my burden by implementing them.

In fact, if I come up with anything that your mom or you haven't already identified, I'll e-mail it to you so you can share it with other Parkinson's sufferers.

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Joe
New Jersey

I can't thank you enough for writing this book. You did a good job.

Now all I have to do is to get my husband to read it. I pray soon that he will wake up and be more understanding and patient. God bless you and your family.

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Joan
North Hempstead, NY

I am pleased with your book as it is a valuable source of information.As I strugge with the progressive degeneration of this disease I will need all the help available to wage the good fight.Although not desperate I am under no illusions.Thank you so much for your book.

James
Charlotte, NC

Lianna, I have downloaded the book. It was so fast and easy I have begun to read it and so far, it sounds like you did a lot of intensive research. Thank you for this book!

Love and Blessings,

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Shirley
Plano, TX

While searching for Parkinson's information, so luckily I came upon your book. I almost cried with joy.

That is the best source EVER!

The other disease groups should hire you to put together the same kind of "book" for their diseases as you did for Parkinson's. It is incredible! Lianna, you have made getting knowledge about this disease so easy for the layman.

I want to thank you, Lianna, for your newsletters, and your attentiveness in helping a new member to the group. If there is anything I can do in any way to show my appreciation for all you've done: putting me a ease; helping me to zero in on a disease; and just for extending yourself, making me so comfortable in feeling that you want to help someone, I would appreciate your telling me.

And to have you, a person, who on her own, decided to check to see if I got what I was concerned about, made my day, and just made me feel that, yes, there are people who go that extra mile to help a frustrated individual. And that's what I hope I do in my job.

Many, many, thanks, Lianna, you are special! You care! You go that extra mile to help someone!

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Barbara
St Paul, MN