Parkinson’s disease symptoms unrelated to movement can also occur at late stages of the disease and patients often find these non-motor symptoms even more troublesome than those affecting movement.
Non-motor symptoms of PD include:
Unlike some other nervous system diseases, Parkinson’s symptoms begin to emerge gradually and develop slowly. Each person with PD has a unique combination of symptoms. Nowadays, there are many effective treatments that help alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Research for finding novel treatments for PD also gives hope.
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