In Parkinson’s disease, the nerves of the brain begin to deteriorate or the neurons begin to destroy. The chemical dopamine is produced by neurons. The brain operates the organs of the body only through the dopamine chemical. Mostly people above 60 years of age are victims of this disease.
In Parkinson’s disease, nerves in some part of the brain begin to deteriorate or neurons begin to die. The chemical dopamine is produced by neurons. The brain operates the organs of the body only through the dopamine chemical. Mostly people above 60 years of age are victims of this disease. But due to genetic reasons, young people also become victims of this disease. If you are also troubled by problems like numbness of hands and feet with increasing age, difficulty in understanding thinking, sleeplessness, muscle weakness, then this article is for you only. Let us know what is Parkinson’s disease
Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative disorder. It affects the part of the brain through which our body moves. Initially, its symptoms are very minor, which are often ignored by people. But with time the effect of this disease increases and its effect is seen in every work of daily routine. You start losing your power of thinking and understanding. British doctor James Parkinson discovered this disease through research in 1817 and named it shaking palsy. The disease was later named Parkinson’s after him.
As Parkinson’s disease progresses, you start having trouble speaking. You cannot pronounce many words properly.
trembling hands and feet
Tremor in hands and feet is the initial symptom of this disease. If you are not working, yet your hands keep trembling, then you should immediately consult a doctor.
In Parkinson’s the patient has difficulty in walking. There is no balance on the body. The patient walks by dragging his feet.
2- Reduced or lost ability to smell
3- There is a problem of forgetting.
4- Feeling of insecurity and tension all the time
5- Excessive sweating
6- Being tired all the time
8- Less blinking of eyelids
9- Trouble chewing food
10- Not being able to control the bladder
How to know Parkinson’s
You can consult a doctor if you have any symptoms of Parkinson’s. This disease can be detected by all these tests
1- CT scan
3- DNA test
4- Blood test
5- PET scan
There is no exact treatment for Parkinson’s yet, with the help of some therapy, the symptoms of this disease can be relieved to some extent. For example, with the help of stem cells therapy, this disease can be cured.
Disclaimer: The tips in this article are for general information only. Do not consider these tips and information as advice from any doctor or medical professional. In case of symptoms of any disease, do consult a doctor.