Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease
The symptoms of Parkinson's disease can vary from person to person. Early signs may be subtle and can go unnoticed. The most common symptoms of Parkinson's disease include tremor or shaking, stiff muscles and achiness, limited movement, and difficulty with walking or gait. As Parkinson’s disease progresses, the symptoms can get worse.
Articles About Symptoms Of Parkinson's Disease
- A Lifetime of Memories Vanish for Hockey Legend Stan Mikita
Stan Mikita, famed Chicago Blackhawks player, has lost all recollection of his former life due to suspected dementia with Lewy bodies.
- How can someone with Parkinson's control the shaking?
Tremors and shakes are very common complaints related to Parkinson's disease. Treatment is often challening, since tremors may not respond optimally to various medications. Read the full answer.
- My Final Exit
If things get bad and my quality of life just doesn't cut it anymore, I don't want to linger on Earth -- miserable, unaware, a burden to family. But the question is -- What to do about it?
- The Forward Lean
An odd occurrence during an evening walk caused me to jump to a conclusion about the potential source of my cognitive impairment.
- Parkinsonism: Other Disorders That Resemble Parkinson's
The uncontrollable shaking and tremors associated with Parkinson's disease are also present in several other senior health conditions.