Mood and Behavior Tips
Depression, anxiety, impulsivity control problems, lack of motivation are just a few of the behavioral changes that can be associated with Parkinson's disease. Gaining a better understanding of the signs and symptoms of these conditions is the first step in treatment. Fortunately these problems are treatable. There are many personal and lifestyle changes you can take toward understanding and improving behavioral and emotional changes that can occur in Parkinson’s or in response to the many life changes experienced by you and your loved ones.
Depression and Anxiety
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Lifestyle, Attitude, and medicines. A holistic approach
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Fite shares insights about depression
Medication can worsen impulsivity
Learn how our mood affects our sleep
Our self-talk affects how we feel.
How do antidepressants differ?
Counting our blessings may be improtant to our wellbeing.
Learn how anxiety affects you and what you can do to help.
Depression can affect all aspects of living well wth Parkinson's
Learn how to improve your mood and how you feel through a focus and understanding of our very pattern of thinking and the affect this has on our behavior.