Everyone with Parkinson's has a different degree of symptoms, and while tremors are the most common symptom of the disease, at least 20% of those affected have never had tremors in their lifetime.
You can often fail and fall, but this is not an actual occurrence that you would associate with Parkinson's disease, even though it is a symptom of the disease.
These cells are very important because they produce a chemical called dopamine. These chemicals are responsible for the smooth and coordinated movement of the muscles of the body.
According to the National Parkinson's Foundation, "Parkinson's disease symptoms occur when about 80% of the dopamine-producing cells are damaged."
Other causes of Parkinson’s disease are shock and stress.
Some doctors report on patients who say so; "There was death in the family and soon after that his hands started shaking. Tell me, Doctor, do you think nervous shock makes me nervous?
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These words are very often used by people with Parkinson's when they first consult their doctor.
There are cases of Parkinson's disease that begin after a person experiences a traumatic accident that triggers the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
Many people believe that Parkinson's disease begins after a traumatic event in the patient's life.
However, many Parkinson's experts do not believe that emotional shocks or accidents play an important role in the cause of this disease. Although there is little doubt that such influences can exacerbate the disease temporarily or permanently if they are already present.
Many Parkinson's patients notice that their health deteriorates after emotional states