Published on Nervous system.

Parkinson’s affects the dopaminergic cells. The person has shortage of dopamine. Dopaminergic cells are neurotransmitters that regulate adrenalin, which is responsible for the acceleration of heartbeat, the increase in blood pressure, dilation of bronchi and pupils and the rise in sugar levels in the blood.

Dopamine is connected to noradrenalin, and the latter distributes the effects of adrenaline all over the body.

Therefore, Parkinson’s disease reveals an inhibition of an agitation, of an anger process, and the inhibition of a reaction process. People who, for a long time, had to accept other people’s control without being able to react, or who did not let themselves explode, may develop Parkinson’s.

Parkinson’s disease occurs to people who feel deeply upset about what they do, and mostly regarding the people or the community they deal with.

This type of tension is related to movement and is experienced in alternate ways, some stages being more active and others more passive. It is linked to the crown chakra. This was the case of Pope John Paul 2nd since he got to the Vatican, where he stayed for over twenty years. He probably did not deal well with the community he lived in.

The person who suffers from Parkinson’s disease is afraid of isolation but will not admit it. This happens to aging husbands who are afraid of losing their wives, or to aging wives who fear losing their husbands.

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