Parkinson’s News Today lists some options to help people with the disease get better sleep.
The physical symptoms of Parkinson’s disease can often prevent those who live with the condition from getting a good night’s sleep and adequate rest. The restorative effects of sleep can improve health and help those with Parkinson’s disease better manage the disease on a daily basis, so ensuring they get enough quality sleep is essential.
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Getting restful sleep does help with Parkinson’s.
It may be that inadequate sleep contributed to the Parkinson’s rather than the Parkinson’s contributing to the poor sleep.
It may be that a lower jaw sitting too far back produced pinched nerves and excess brain activity over many years causing brain damage.
We do know that supporting the lower jaw in a down and forward position reduces Parkinson’s symptoms and likely slows its progress.