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Aerobic exercises

Aerobic exercises that could help with Parkinson’s are those that have changes in their tempo, activity, and direction. The variety of changes in the types of movements helps in the problems in changing from one activity to another. This could also help people with Parkinson's deal with two activities at a time. Exercises that aids in your balance and posture are also recommended as a kind of physical therapy. This could be dancing, skipping, and even cycling. However, it is suggested to avoid any rigorous activities like cycling, tandem bike, or three-wheeled bike so that there wouldn't be any untoward incidents.