AtremoPlus: A great revival and a virtuous circle! Part 1

Break out of a negative spiral !

In this festive season, we would like to address a theme that is very important to us: Regaining ground and starting a virtuous circle!

This theme is based on a binary question from our recent questionnaire:

“Yes or no, since taking AtremoPlus, you’ve been able to do activities again that you couldn’t do before or that you’d given up?”

59% of survey participants answered this question with a YES!
Indeed, they were able to resume an activity they had abandoned.

In reality, this figure is even more significant, as it does not include people who have never given up their favorite activities and whose conditions have even improved, according to your individual testimonials.

Doing things you love, that’s what life’s all about

The diagnosis of a degenerative disease and the more or less rapid deterioration of the organism often puts a strain on the morale and physical condition of even the most positive and optimistic of those affected.

If we look at the increasing difficulties usually encountered, it’s easy to understand why people give up certain activities over time, even those they used to love. With their physique and morale deteriorating, they clearly no longer have the resources and energy to continue their activities.

Yet many of our customers tell us that our dietary supplement is a real boost to their lives. This invaluable help enables you to regain ground both physically and cognitively.

The more we talk to AtremoPlus users, the more we see that it’s not just one thing that’s improving in their lives. In fact, a whole series of factors are mutually supportive, creating a virtuous circle.

These synergy effects became even more apparent in our questionnaire. It’s as if life opens up again, with new perspectives and new projects. Being physically and cognitively able to resume activities that were close to one’s heart is a very tangible barometer of regaining ground. And a renewed desire to go out, create or undertake is another tangible sign of positive change.

And that’s despite the very real obstacles to be overcome!

Several more or less obvious factors can contribute to a reduction in activity. Recognizing and understanding them is an essential first step, both for those affected by the disease and their loved ones and caregivers. That’s why in this1st part, we’ve chosen to select the most restrictive factors, as highlighting the obstacles helps us to better respond to them and understand the action of the active ingredients in Atremoplus.

  1. Motor obstacles: As degeneration progresses, motor problems such as slowness of movement, tremors, rigidity and postural instability can worsen, making activities (even daily ones) more difficult.
  2. Non-motor barriers: These can include depression, anxiety, apathy and cognitive changes, which can reduce motivation or interest in activities. Certain cognitive disorders, including difficulties with memory, attention and executive functions, can affect the ability to plan and carry out activities effectively.
  3. Side-effect barriers: Some conventional elements used to manage Parkinson’s problems can cause side-effects such as drowsiness, fatigue or cognitive changes, impacting a person’s ability to engage in activities.
  4. Obstacles due to reduced dopamine levels: Parkinson’s involves a reduction in dopamine levels, which can affect energy, motivation and the ability to initiate activities.
  5. Obstacles due to Sleep Disorders, Fatigue and Lack of Regeneration (see our dossier on Sleep) : Fatigue and lack of regeneration are indeed common in Parkinson’s. Sleep problems such as insomnia, REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD) or excessive daytime sleepiness can affect energy levels and the desire to take part in activities.
  6. Obstacles due to Dystonia and fluctuations: Involuntary muscle contractions, symptoms often associated with Parkinson’s, can cause pain or cramping. Fluctuations can lead to “freezing” and “off” times, which are also very stressful for taking part in activities. People often lose confidence in their body’s abilities, and the momentary loss of control creates additional stress.
  7. Obstacles due to pain and physical discomfort (see our dossier on Pain) : Musculoskeletal pain or discomfort can deter movement and reduce activity levels.
  8. Barriers due to balance and mobility problems: balance challenges and the increased risk of falls can lead to a fear of falling, causing individuals to limit their activities.
  9. Barriers due to balance and mobility problems: For people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers, the stress and demands of caregiving can limit the time and energy available for activities.
  10. Obstacles due to social isolation: Because of communication problems and difficulties, social interactions can diminish, leading to isolation and a reduced willingness to participate in social activities or public events outside the home. Some people may feel embarrassed or uncomfortable because of the visible nature of certain problems, such as tremors, slow movements or lack of facial expression. Social prejudice or misconceptions associated with visible problems contribute to feelings of embarrassment or anxiety affecting a person’s confidence and desire to interact with others. This phenomenon of isolation can even occur within one’s own household.

This list of obstacles for our customers is far from exhaustive, but it’s comprehensive enough to give you a good idea of the scope of the difficulties to be overcome. That’s why we’re delighted to see our users regain their independence, with almost 2 out of 3 able to take up new activities or return to those they had to give up before taking AtremoPlus.

But how did our customers regain ground and return to activities they had abandoned?

Or, to put it another way, how can we explain the virtuous circle that is profoundly changing our customers’ lives?

In our next newsletter, we’ll be taking a look at the possible mechanisms and synergies that enable many AtremoPlus users to regain physical and cognitive ground.

There are indeed synergistic factors of different kinds, but there’s one phenomenon that’s still relatively unknown, yet exciting and fascinating, that could play a role. This phenomenon, explored by science under the term of brain plasticity , is interesting in its own right, and could help explain a number of the positive results observed.

Everyone, and even more so those affected by Parkinson’s, could gain enormously by opening up their horizons to the many possibilities offered by brain plasticity. That’s why we’re delighted to be able to help our subscribers find out more about it in Part 2 of this dossier, which you’ll be receiving shortly.

In the meantime, we wish you a very happy holiday season, full of enjoyable activities, and thank you for our valuable exchanges throughout 2023!

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Please note that this blog provides information about our dietary supplement AtremoPlus and related topics. This blog is not intended to provide medical advice.
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