Session 3:  Understanding Energy Conservation


Welcome to Week 3! This session focusses on understanding energy conservation in the context of Parkinson's. We'll explore effective strategies to conserve your energy, allowing you to optimise your daily activities. As always, practical insights and real-world applications await you.


Begin your exploration with an engaging video segment designed to complement our content. Visualise and reinforce the principles discussed this week as we delve into energy conservation, aiming to enhance your overall well-being. Prioritise watching the video to maximise your understanding and application of the strategies shared in this session




1. Download and complete the Prioritization Sheet and Weekly Planner in either Word or PDF formats to accompany this week's strategies:




 If you prefer hard copies, reach out to Sarah via email, specifying your preferred font size (standard 12-point or large 16-point).

2. Exercise

There is strong evidence that doing three 30 minute sessions of exercise every week improves fatigue in people with Parkinson’s. Get access  to our web page of advice on how to do this safely and well.



As Week 3 concludes, reflect on the insights gained and consider how energy conservation can positively impact your daily life. Keep up the great work!


We have a quick Feedback Survey for you to complete once you have viewed the video and completed the homework tasks. The Feedback Survey just asks a few questions about how useful and usable this week's content has been. It will only take a couple of minutes to complete. This will let us improve the relevancy and easy of use of each week's content. Start the survey.




Additional Resources and Support

We understand that managing fatigue in Parkinson's can be a complex journey, and additional support may be beneficial. Here are some trusted resources you can explore for further assistance:

Parkinson's UK Helpline:

  • Parkinson's UK is a leading charity offering support and conducting research for Parkinson's disease.

  • Helpline: Call their free, confidential helpline at 0808 800 0303 (available Monday to Friday, 9 am to 6 pm, and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm).

  • Email: Reach out via email at


MIND - For Better Mental Health:

  • MIND is a mental health charity providing valuable information, support, and services.

  • Visit their MIND Information and Support Page for a range of guides and resources.