What Is The Symptoms Of Parkinson's Disease
Dr. Mital John • onHealth & Beauty 8 years ago • 3 min read

Parkinson's disease is associated with prompt most people shaking hands, arms, legs or other body parts. This vibration is indeed one of the main effects of Parkinson’s disease, but often forgets that this condition a lot of other side effects can have. These side effects may also be of psychological nature.

For example, the Parkinson's disease often accompanied by anxiety, which in turn leads to sleeping problems, anxiety or physical restlessness. Alternatively, physical problems with psychological effects. Anyone suffering from problems to urinate or have difficulty with digestion will suffer from psychological problems faster than a healthy person.


The type and severity of the symptoms that someone with Parkinson's disease experience may differ from case to case. They also depend on the stage the disease is located. Symptoms of someone in the earliest stages of Parkinson's disease appear, May at a later stage by someone else or never develop. The most common symptoms of Parkinson's disease are:

Trembling hands, arms or legs. Vibrations caused by Parkinson's disease emerge when the person is awake and sitting or standing still. They will be reduced when the relevant body part in motion. Stiff muscles, accompanied by muscle pain are another symptom of Parkinson's disease. One of the most common early signs of Parkinson's disease is a reduction in the movement of an arm on one side when the person walks. The reason this must be sought rigidity. The muscles of the face, face, neck and other parts of the body stiffen and / or slower.

As a result of Parkinson's disease may also be slower movements, especially when someone departs from a sitting position. Example, it may be difficult to get out of a chair or turning in bed.

Weakness of the facial and throat muscles is also a consequence of Parkinson's disease. Talking and swallowing may be difficult, which sounds softer and monotonous sound. Loss of mobility of the facial muscles may lead to an owner facial expression known in medical circles as the "mask of Parkinson '. Outside the main symptoms of Parkinson's disease may still entail many side effects. These may not all be equally harmful but can be very annoying.

Some of these additional symptoms in Parkinson's disease are:

• Decrease of the coordination incline • Change in the manuscript, which can be reduced • Sport is more difficult • Same goes for eating and dressing • More prone to dandruff • Problems with urination and stomach • Constipation-is anything but rare • Low blood pressure upon standing (orthostatic hypotension) • Sweating • Sexual-problems • Short periods of exercise-impossible • Sleep • Increasing passivity, Anxiety, depression

Actually stimulate the physical and psychological factors each other, the problem is not always easy to solve. Often, Parkinson's disease is accompanied by hard stools, which can be combated with medication. These medications can improve bowel movement, but also deteriorate. For example, someone suffering from Parkinson's disease with numerous difficulties and problems facing the illness further deteriorate.

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