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This video discusses Parkinson’s Disease, a neurodegenerative disease that can cause functional disability and lower the quality of life.
Studies suggest that Parkinson’s can start in the digestive system. The disease is caused by a loss of brain cells responsible for controlling conscious commands to the muscles.
The video goes on to list six early signs of Parkinson’s Disease, including slower movements, stiffness in the body, asymmetrical muscle stiffness, depression, constipation, and changes in sleep patterns.
Other symptoms may include excessive sweating, trouble smelling, and skin irritations.
If you notice any of these symptoms, it’s best to seek medical advice from a neurologist or geriatric specialist for a complete clinical evaluation.
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Parkinson's is a neurodegenerative disease
that can lead to functional disability and Compromise your quality of life. We have mentioned here on the channel that,
according to some studies, Parkinson's can Start in the digestive system. The disease originates from the loss of brain
cells responsible for controlling and adjusting The transmission of conscious commands to
the muscles. In this video, you will see the first 6 signs
of Parkinson's Disease: Are you getting slower to do movements that
involve fine motor skills? Family and friends are saying you are walking
and doing things slower? Slow movements are the essential characteristic
for diagnosing Parkinson's Disease. It happens when the amplitude of movements
is reduced, and there is a loss of certain Automatic movements, like blinking the eyes. The agility for executing quick and ample
movements is compromised, hindering simple Chores like opening and closing the hands,
getting dressed, writing, or chewing. Muscle stiffness can be asymmetrical or more
present in one part of the body than the other, Giving the sensation of hardened members. It hinders activities such as walking, getting
dressed, opening the arms, going up and down The stairs, besides difficulty doing other
movements. It is also common to have muscle pain and
excessive fatigue. Is your body stiff, as if your arms and legs
were locked into place? Have people noticed that your arms aren't
swinging as usual when you walk? Sometimes, the stiffness reduces as you move
your body. If not, it can be a sign of Parkinson's disease. Another premature sign is stiffness in your
shoulders or hips. Some people describe it as if their feet were
"stuck on the ground." There might also be some imbalance, making
it harder to stand up without help or to keep Your posture straight, increasing the risk
of falls and difficulty walking. Experts say that Parkinson's and depression
walk hand in hand because the dopamine levels, When unbalanced, affect our well-being and
cause sudden mood changes. Do you have trouble evacuating every day? Do you need a lot of effort for your intestines
to work (fiber-rich diet, drinking more than 64 ounces of water per day, use of laxatives)? Did you know that constipation can be a premature
sign of Parkinson's disease? Research by the University College London
points out that difficulty going to the toilet
Is one of the main signs of the disease in
the ten years that usually precede the diagnosis. In addition to these symptoms, there are other
common things in the disease, such as changes In sleep pattern, like insomnia, nightmares,
or sleepwalking; Trouble for noticing smells; excessive sweating;
dermatitis or skin irritations, etc. These symptoms can be more or less present,
according to the development of the disease In each person. If you notice any symptom that makes you suspect
Parkinson's, talk to a neurologist or geriatric Specialist to investigate the symptoms and
have a complete clinical evaluation.