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Home Health ‘Parkinson’s doesn't stop me playing tennis’

‘Parkinson’s doesn’t stop me playing tennis’

A person who has been recognized with Parkinson’s on the age of 33 has stated playing tennis once more has helped alleviate his signs.

Andy Wright, who was additionally a coach in Nottingham the place he lives, stopped playing tennis for six years as his signs bought worse.

Mr Wright is now advocating sport for different individuals with the situation as he stated it helps to construct resilience.

The Parkinson’s Foundation stated: “For individuals with Parkinson’s illness, train is greater than wholesome – it’s a important part to sustaining steadiness, mobility and actions of day by day residing.

“Exercise and bodily exercise can enhance many Parkinson’s illness signs. These advantages are supported by analysis.”

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