I stopped fast walking several months ago. Meanwhile it became difficult for me to get into bed, lifting my legs and also pulling the covers over me.
Tuesday was with my neurologist (movement disorder specialist) for my regular visit. I asked about my prognosis (not optimistic) and asked for Amantadine prescription. I wanted this med to stop my tremors at night. (100mg one x day, late afternoon). I take no other med.
Wednesday I started my fast walk routine up again. Normally, 45 minutes. But to start I kept the walk shorter. Friday, same walk. Sunday, full 45 minutes.
Thursday and Saturday, 5 to 15 min on a recumbent exercycle. (standard issue).
I am happy and encouraged to report that by Thursday it was much easier for me to get into bed.
I must keep going with this exercise routine. It is a much nicer prognosis than I received at the hands of the neurologist.
P.S. Regarding the amantadine, my wife notes my arm does not tremor as much. Still too much for me. Next Wednesday I will decide if I should take one 2x/day. As advised by my neurologist.