ABOUT GLUTATHIONE AND LOU GEHRIG’S DISEASE
Lou Gehrig’s , amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or motor neuron disease is a horrifying degenerative nerve disease that works its way up your body stealing movement and feeling inch by inch until you are no longer able to even breathe on your own. It is a neurological disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord responsible for controlling voluntary muscles. Possible signs and symptoms of Lou Gehrig’s disease include: difficulty in lifting the front part of your foot, weakness in your legs, feet or ankles, weakness or clumsiness in your hands, slurred speech and/or trouble swallowing, muscle cramps, twitching in your arms, shoulders or tongue, fatigue in combination with any of the above signs.. It affect the caregivers as well as the person afflicted with it. Lou Gehrig’s disease afflicts the muscles of the body leaving the speech, feelings, brain and thought process unaffected.
Parkinson’s is a disorder affecting nerve cells in the part of the brain controlling
muscle movement as the result of dopamine production. By the time Parkinson’s is
diagnosed, people have already lost 60 to 70 percent of the dopamine-
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