Tribe Feed Forums 2023 Insight Summit Hypoxic Training in Parkinson’s Disease Reply To: Hypoxic Training in Parkinson’s Disease

  • ROSS Cameron

    11/04/2023 at 12:58 pm

    I have to admit that I found this presentation was unclear for me, to the extent that no mention was made of how a potential or extant PD sufferer might experience hypoxia.

    Moreover, is it not reasonable to ask if the residents of a high-altitude location like the low-oxygen environment (such as I have experienced in Cuzco in Peru) revealed a significantly lower incidence of PD then, prima facie, this would seem to be an excellent “natural experiment” that hypoxia is the key to their low incidence of PD. Perhaps I have missed something fundamental, for which I apologise to the presenter, but I am interested in the topic and wish him well with his PhD research.

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