Parkinson’s disease is a progressive illness which targets brain cells in the specific area of your brain that produce dopamine, a chemical that helps relay messages from your brain to your body, and can affect mood.
A stroke impacts the brain, and the brain controls our behavior and emotions. After a stroke, survivors often experience emotional and behavioral changes.
Everyone has had an off day. If you bounce back after a couple of days, or only experience that feeling for part of the day, it’s likely just a blip and not a cause for concern. But, it could be something more.
Many deal with grief during the holidays. Understand that grief is a very individual process, and each person handles grief differently.