Nearly one million people in the United States are living with Parkinson’s disease or PD. This number is expected to rise to 1.2 million by 2030. Abby Jamison is Fitness Director at the Rocky Mount YMCA. She’s here to tell us how boxing can improve the lives of people with PD.
Moving can be stressful. The headaches can increase exponentially if you don’t know what questions to ask your moving company. Tammy Swader is an account manager with Lawrence Transportation. She’s going to tell us what we need to do to ensure our belongings make it to our new home.
Parkinson’s Disease or PD is the second-most common neuro-degenerative disease after Alzheimer’s Disease. PD is a brain disorder that causes uncontrollable movements, such as shaking, stiffness, and difficulty with balance and coordination. Symptoms usually begin gradually and worsen over time. Exercise can greatly increase the quality of life for people with PD. And believe it or not, boxing is especially good for those living with PD.
Abby Jamison is a Rock Steady Boxing coach at the Franklin County YMCA. In this edition of Sisterhood of the Second Act she explains how the Rock Steady program started and why it helps people with PD.
Ask Your Mover
Moving is a headache and it can be made even more stressful if you let cost be the only determining factor in who you choose to move your belongings.
Tammy Swader is an account manager with Lawrence Transportation and has helped move people and even houses all over the world. In this edition of Sisterhood of the Second Act Tammy talks about possible hidden fees, the difference between moving brokers and moving companies and what questions you need to ask to ensure your move goes off without a hitch.
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Sisterhood of the Second Act (SSA) is a production of New Moon Creative Media, LLC for the New Moon Network. SSA is a lifestyle talk show for women entering a new phase of their lives. These women may be changing careers. Retirement might be on the horizon. They may be caring for elderly parents while raising their own children. They could also be experiencing an empty nest for the first time in decades. Whatever their situation, Sisterhood of the Second Act provides trustworthy information they can use to create a joyful, prosperous second act.
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