Exploring the impact of disability and Parkinson's disease
Monday, 8 July 2013
A permanent hair in my mouth
Every day that I wake up with
Parkinson’s I find a greasy hair in my mouth; I spend all day pulling it out of
my mouth but never come to the end of the hair. The hair dangles from my mouth
and when I sit down it accumulates in a big pile beside me or when I walk
around it trails behind me…This is the chronic nature of Parkinson’s.