Anxiety  Behaviour - changes Behaviour - mood changes
Body - stooped posture Constipation Coordination - loss
Eyes - lack of blinking Face - expression loss Fatigue/exhaustion
Hallucinations Handwriting - small cramped Impotence
Memory - loss Mental depression Mental reasoning - difficulty
Movements - balance impaired Movements - slowness Muscles - aching
Muscles - rigidity Neck - discomfort Saliva - increased
Skin - dry scaly Skin - rash (seborrhea) Speech - changes
Swallowing - difficulty Sweating Tremor
Urination - frequent Voice - softness Weakness
Weight - loss    
Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative brain disorder in which neurons that make a chemical messenger, called dopamine, die or do not work properly affecting the part of the brain that controls movement. In some some people the disease progresses more quickly than in others.

Skin rash observed in some patients with Parkinson’s disease is associated with seborrhea.

It is not easy to diagnose Parkinson's disease, as there are no special tests that can prove whether or not someone has the condition. However, there are some initials symptoms that can be indicators of the disease:

. Tremor (usually start in one hand);

. Arms don't swing when walking; and

. Face start losing the normal expression.

Brain scans and laboratory tests can be done to rule out other diseases.
  More information:
Parkinson's Disease Treatment
Parkinson's Disease Healthcare Centers

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