Treating ‘Parkinsons disease’ – Patient walks better with MUSIC!

December 20th 2014 when my mind was being owned by a few horrible drugs via the Dr and Medical industry, somewhere at the back of my mind I started to think “Music is all we have”. Music speaks to us, speaks to our heart, sould and minds. With respect, TOTAL RESPECT, I say ‘Politics, Religion, Sport and a LOT MORE Divide us’ and sadly it does. Back in 2014 when Suicide was a thought in my confused mind and hurting body, I discovered laying down and listenning to music I wrote this > THE UNIVERSAL SPIRIT THAT IS MUSIC – Of course it was just an IDEA in my mind all these years ago, but I said to ANYONE who would listen to me “MUSIC WILL SAVE YOU”. I can’t say Music saved me from mental pain or body pain I can’t put a word too, but it stopped me taking my own life. Below is LIVING PROOF that my own thought, just mine, was one that had something more than just a word attached to it. I hope  this helps 1 person, because it helped the guy in the video below.

#ParkinsonsDisease This is truely brilliant this video below. Is this some sort of ‘Placebo’ at play here? I have 2 brain illnesses (as well as 2 issues that cause severe pain) and I say always that ‘Music is all we have’, and I say with RESPECT that Politics, Sport, Religion and MORE divide us all. Music is the ONLY THING we all have we can agree that works, AND HERE IS LIVING, WALKING PROOF. I been saying this for a few years now. Music can take a hurting mind and a confused mind to somewhere better. This guy walks better with music being played. He #GotRhythm

~~He got Rhythm for sure 🙂 ~~

Johnny Cash – Get Rhythm – Live in Ireland







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Robin Williams’ Children and Billy Crystal In ‘Baseball Tribute’ – San Francisco Giants

Zak, Zelda and Cody Williams join the actor's best friend Billy Crystal to pay tribute before a San Francisco Giants game.

Zak, Zelda and Cody Williams join the actor’s best friend Billy Crystal to pay tribute before a San Francisco Giants game.

Knowing how Sport can bring us together, this really touched my heart, I have been involved in Football in Scotland since I was 8 years old, I am 41 now. I played, coached then managed, now I am just a fan and I understand the connection. The ‘San Francisco Giants Family’ certainly showed Sport is more than just a game, it is a religion in a way to many, a church of Sport a friend from the USA told me, she was right. Sport brings people together. I thought this was just ‘WOW’ We all miss Robin, but his kids, his partner and all his friends must be hurting badly. I have never met the man and I feel sad. He and Scottish Comedian and Actor Billy Connolly were best friends. The last person Robin spoke to was Billy, who also has  Parkinson’s disease, Robin and Billy would talk to each other and make fun of it. They would say on the phone “Who are you” 😀 And this was the measure of the man, Robin Williams, ‘Rest In Peace’

Sport, more than a game:

Amazing tribite this:

Robin Williams’ son Zak has paid tribute to his father by throwing the ceremonial first pitch at the start of a World Series baseball game in San Francisco. The late actor’s smiling face, in a variety of his best-loved characters, adorned the big screen at AT&T Park before the San Francisco Giants took on the Kansas City Royals. Zak, the oldest son of the Academy Award winner and comedian, launched the ball at Billy Crystal in front of the thousands in the crowd. He was joined by his siblings Zelda and Cody who all wore jerseys with Williams on the back.



Zak raised both arms into the air before embracing Crystal when he caught the ball. Williams and Crystal were great friends and the pair starred together in the 1997 film Father’s Day. “We are honoured to be here in tribute to our father, someone who loved his hometown and especially the Giants,” Zak, Zelda and Cody said in a statement. “For all of us, it is a tremendous delight and a little surreal to throw out the ceremonial first pitch of a World Series game for our team to our dad’s best friend.” Williams committed suicide at his San Francisco home on 12 August. He had been suffering from depression after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.

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Robin Williams Phoned Connolly To Say Goodbye

Williams and Connolly pictured together in Scotland in 2000

Williams and Connolly pictured together in Scotland in 2000

Connolly at the premiere of his new film in London

Connolly at the premiere of his new film in London

Billy Connolly has revealed that his good friend Robin Williams phoned him for advice on Parkinson’s disease just days before he committed suicide. The Scottish comedian said the Mrs Doubtfire actor’s death at his home near San Francisco last month had “still not sunk in”. Connolly, known as Big Yin, told the Daily Mirror that Williams had turned to him and in their final conversation thanked him for his advice on handling a lack of facial expression, a symptom of the degenerative disease. “He was diagnosed after me and he was on the phone a lot asking me about it. But phoning me for advice is an absolute waste of f****** time because I don’t have it. “He phoned me a week later, just days before it happened, and he said, ‘It’s brilliant, it’s working’.

Williams last movie

Williams last movie

“During the call he kept telling me he loved me. I said, ‘I know’. But he kept repeating it, saying, ‘Do you really know I love you?’ I was thinking, what the f*** is he on about? “After his death I thought, ‘Oh my God, he was saying goodbye’.” Shortly after father-of-three Williams’ death, his wife, Susan Schneider, revealed he had been struggling with the disease. She said: “Robin’s sobriety was intact and he was brave as he struggled with his own battles of depression, anxiety, as well as early stages of Parkinson’s disease, which he was not yet ready to share publicly.” It has previously been reported Connolly could have been living with the condition for around a decade before it was diagnosed – on the same day he was told he had prostate cancer, from which he has been given the all-clear. Speaking at the London premiere of his new film, What We Did On Our Holiday, Connolly said there would be “hell to pay” if David Cameron did not honour concessions made to Scotland over last week’s independence referendum. The Prime Minister pledged more powers for Holyrood, including areas such as tax and welfare. The Big Yin said: “It’s 50:50 – 50% of the country are delighted, 50% are disappointed. But Scotland will get used to the idea. “If Mr Cameron keeps up his promises we should be okay. If he doesn’t there’ll be all hell to pay.”

Robin Williams Had Parkinson’s Disease

65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - Show

Robin Williams was in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease before his death, his widow has said. Susan Schneider said the actor “was not yet ready to share publicly” his struggles with the degenerative disease as he also fought depression. She also said the 63-year-old Oscar-winner, who openly dealt with alcoholism and drug addiction during his career, was sober when he died.

“Robin’s sobriety was intact and he was brave as he struggled with his own battles of depression, anxiety as well as early stages of Parkinson’s disease, which he was not yet ready to share publicly,” Ms Schneider said. She added that Williams’ family hoped others would use his tragic death to seek help “to treat whatever battles they are facing so they may feel less afraid”.

Williams was found hanged in the bedroom of his northern California home on Monday. He was last seen alive by his wife at about 10.30pm the previous evening before she went to bed. Ms Schneider did not provide details on when Williams was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, an incurable nervous system disorder that affects movement. The disease progresses gradually, often beginning with a slight tremor in one hand. Williams had long been a supporter of the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research , founded by the fellow film and television star who has famously confronted the disorder. The foundation has raised more than $450m (£270m) since it was established in 2000.

Robin Williams Tributes Outside Mork And Mindy House
Fans left tributes at locations associated with Williams’ iconic characters

Fox was among the countless stars who paid tribute to Williams after his death, writing on Twitter: “Famously kind, ferociously funny, a genius and a gentle soul. What a loss.” It is not immediately clear if anyone outside Williams’ immediate family knew he had the disease. The star of hit movies including Good Will Hunting, Good Morning, Vietnam and Mrs Doubtfire had recently grappled with severe depression, according to friends and family. He checked himself back into rehab last month to “fine-tune” his sobriety, his publicist said.

Williams’ death sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry, and fans, including Hollywood’s elite and politicians, paid tribute to the popular comedian. His widow said: “Since his passing, all of us who loved Robin have found some solace in the tremendous outpouring of affection and admiration for him from the millions of people whose lives he touched. “His greatest legacy, besides his three children, is the joy and happiness he offered to others, particularly to those fighting personal battles.”