Hi, I just joined. This is part of my trying to get a grip and pull myself up out of the doldrums. You see, I have Parkinson's AND Multiple Sclerosis. Lucky me. I'm so low right now. I know I over-did it last week and I'm trying to fight off a MS relapse by resting but it doesn't seem to be working. I just made an appointment with Dr. Laurie Mischley, a naturopath. But she is booked two months out. I just cried and cried after getting off the phone. Glad to have finally taken the long-intend step, but also, bummed that I could become disabled from one or both of these diseases. I just happen to have a regular appointment with my MS doctor this week, so that's good. I was diagnosed with MS 13 years ago and I appear normal, which makes these relapse times hard. I don't know if people think I'm faking it. I'm really scared of the PD progression. I was diagnosed 3 years ago. I'm buying Mischley's book on Amazon as part of my 'getting a grip.' It's just so hard to keep pushing myself. Today my tremor seems inside the core of my body, not just hands. I don't know that any of you can do anything for me but it does feel better to share. And to join this group. I know exercise seems to be the key to slowing this stuff down, but can't seem to get myself to be a regular exerciser. Intellectually, why wouldn't I just jump (!) at exercising. Thanks for listening!