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Different types of therapy for Huntington’s Disease

Different types of therapy for Huntington’s Disease

It’s important to remember that everyone’s needs and capabilities are different so training may vary for each user but all exercise aim to prevent falls, promote body control, build coordination and more. Together with regular exercises you and your PT can work on:

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Finding the motivation to work out

Finding the motivation to work out

1. Exercise For a Reason If you are finding it hard to exercise, find a reason, set a goal. Think of something that interests you, excites you, and challenges you. Once you start to see and feel the changes from the inside out, nothing will stop you. Try training for...

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6 Foods to reduce sore muscles

6 Foods to reduce sore muscles

1: Watermelon   High in water content, watermelon boosts important amino acids that can certainly help sore muscles. Giving athletes watermelon juice — which contains the amino acid l-citrulline — after a workout helps reduce recovery heart rate and muscle...

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6 appetite-control strategies to prevent overeating

6 appetite-control strategies to prevent overeating

1- ADD VINEGAR AND CINNAMON TO MEALS TO CONTROL BLOOD SUGAR Vinegar, which has been shown to lower the glycemic index (which means you metabolize the food more slowly), adds acidic flavor to salad dressings, sauces and roasted veggies without a lot of calories. For...

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Brain training isn’t for everyone.

Is Brain Training for everyone? Well no, not in the traditional sense. But it also depends what you classify as brain training. For some, it's crossword puzzles, sudoku, memory games or meditation. Here's a pretty comprehensive list of things that you may find useful...

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ImpactHD isn’t just for the gene positive or symptomatic!

A small study published online through Psychoneuroendocrinology, has suggested that regular exercise helps reduce the stress levels of people caring for relatives with Alzheimer's or other dementia. The study goes on to say that regular exercise can also improve the...

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Laughter is the best…calorie burner?

No doubt, you've seen or heard the old adage that "laughter is the best medicine!", well we're here to bring you some bad news. But it's not ALL bad! We know that sometimes laughter just doesn't cut it to treat all illnesses, but is it possible that laughing burns...

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