Hello forum members,
Welcome to our very first exercise wiki page which you can find in our Wellbeing category!
What is a wiki page and how can I help?
A wiki page is basically a forum topic that any member can edit as a way to contribute to an ongoing conversation. By simply clicking on the ‘Edit’ button on this post, you can include information relevant to the topic.
What does this have to do with exercise?
Exercise is important for people with Parkinson’s but we know that there isn’t a one-size -fits all approach and the best exercise to do will depend on the way Parkinson’s affects you. So we’ve created this wiki page for you to share information about how exercise has benefited your life and highlight any sources that you’ve come across that you feel may be helpful to anyone visiting this topic.
How can I contribute?
You can contribute in various ways:
Post url links to previous threads which highlight the benefit of exercise for people with Parkinson’s
Post url links from the Parkinson’s UK website or any other external sites that are relevant to the topic
Post your own personal tips (e.g. exercise techniques that work for you, gym gear, advice you’ve received etc)
The do’s and don’ts
Much like our forum rules, we expect all members to be respectful towards other people’s posts. Please ensure you:
Do not delete anyone’s post. If you see something that doesn’t comply with our forum rule, please flag this to the forum moderator
Do place your information in the relevant categories (listed below) so that it doesn’t cause any confusion to other members
Do not be afraid to contribute. This post is intended to help you share valuable advice to your fellow members specific to the topic of exercise and Parkinson’s so don’t be afraid to get posting!
Add you links here
Parkinson’s UK website links:
If your symptoms are mild or you’re newly diagnosed
If your symptoms are progressing
If your symptoms are more complex
Add your links here
Parkinson’s UK YouTube videos:
Exercise, music and fun with Parkinson’s
Why yoga is good for my Parkinson’s
Exercising at home with Parkinson’s
Group exercise and Parkinson’s
How can I exercise with more complex Parkinson’s?
Exercising when my Parkinson’s is progressing
Nordic walking and Parkinson’s
Tips and advice:
Add your links here