Wednesday, December 2, 2009


Singing is the therapy that help your swallowing.

Speaking and swallowing use many muscles and nerves in common, much as those of the lower
face, lips, tongue, voice box, and throat. The nerves and muscles of these structures are often
affected by the Parkinson's disease process. The speech and swallowing problems of Parkinson's
mirror other movement problems associated with the disease.
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