Parkinson’s disease: The ‘behaviour’ linked to ‘50% chance’ of developing the condition

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The NHS notes that a person with Parkinson’s disease can experience a wide range of other physical and psychological symptoms.

The Parkinson’s Foundation notes that non-motor symptoms, which “are common and can be more troublesome and disabling than motor symptoms”, include things such as loss of sense of smell or taste.

You may also notice excessive sweating, often when wearing off medications, and an increase in dandruff, known as seborrheic dermatitis.

Some people will also have vision problems, especially when attempting to read items up close, or notice weight loss, sexual problems and mood issues.

Published at Thu, 09 Dec 2021 09:13:00 +0000

Parkinson’s disease: The ‘behaviour’ linked to ‘50% chance’ of developing the condition

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