Parkinson’s diet: The amount of water you should drink to avoid Parkinson’s symptoms

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Parkinson’s diet: The amount of water you should drink to avoid Parkinson’s symptoms

Drinking plenty of water, as well as lots of fibre-rich foods, can help to ease constipation.It is also recommended to take any Parkinson’s medication

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Drinking plenty of water, as well as lots of fibre-rich foods, can help to ease constipation.

It is also recommended to take any Parkinson’s medication with a full glass of water, to help your body break down the medicine.

On the other hand, some people with Parkinson’s can struggle with urinary incontinence, so glugging water often might not be an appealing idea.

If this is the case, eating foods with a high water content can contribute to keeping you hydrated.

Source: | This article first appeared on Express.co.uk

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