Warning! These Are the Early Signs of Parkinson's Disease
Here are 8 symptoms of the onset of Parkinson's disease: 1. A Change in Handwriting If a person's handwriting starts to go from big and free to small and cramped, this may well be an early sign of Parkinson's.
Scientists Warning of a Future Parkinson's Pandemic
Age-related neurological conditions, such as Parkinson's disease, threaten to affect more of us than ever before . Consequently, this has set the stage for an unprecedented medical challenge.
What Can We Do to Help People with Parkinson?
Parkinson's disease is a neural disease that affects, among other things, the motor functions of the victims, leaving them with trembling, rigidity and stiffness.
Scientists Discover New Signs of Early Onset Parkinson's
The Development of Parkinson’s Disease Parkinson’s Disease is identified by the gradual degeneration of the central nervous system causing muscle rigidity, slow movements, and imbalance.
New Study: This Surgery Will Lower Risk of Parkinson's
Which, if it somehow makes its way into the brain, becomes a hallmark of Parkinson's.
Could The Best Way to Treat Parkinson’s Symptoms Be a Watch?
One of the most troubling symptoms of Parkinson's disease is a tremor in the palms and it’s also one of the first symptoms to appear. The uncontrollable tremors, of course, affect the day-to-day functioning of the patient and force them to abandon important tasks and even simple everyday actions.
Safinamide: First New Parkinson's Disease Drug in 10 Years
Safinamide (Xadago), the new, first approved drug by the FDA to treat Parkinson's disease has just been approved for clinical use in the United States. This is the first known drug to treat Parkinson's in more than 10 years.
Learn How to Prevent the 5 Different Types of Dementia!
However, dementia with Lewy bodies is different from Alzheimer's in that it often involves sleep disorders, hallucinations and muscle stiffness similar to Parkinson's disease.
Donate to These Charities to Ensure Your Cash Is Well-Used
Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research Location: New York, NY, USA Total Annual Expenses: $84 million Percentage of Budget Spent on Programs: 89 Cost to Raise $100: $8 Rating: A Founded in 2000 by Hollywood actor Michael J.
Wit & Wisdom of a Sporting Icon: Muhammad Ali's Best Quotes
We've also included a video about his series of famous meetings with British chat show host Michael Parkinson, including clips from the interviews.
5 Fascinating Health Studies You May Have Missed!
. #2 Depression may be connected to Parkinson's disease Journal: Neurology A new study scares many by claiming that if you suffer from chronic depression, you are 3 times more likely to develop parkinson's disease than other people.
The Health Effects Of This Tea Are Tremendously Underrated
May Be a Protective Measure Against Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease The polyphenols and contained in jasmine tea may lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
10 of the Most Common Misdiagnoses Made by Doctors
Parkinson's Disease What Is It? A degenerative disorder of the central nervous system.
Eating with Dignity - Innovative Spoon Prevents Tremors!
To those who suffer from Parkinson's, weak hands or a neurological disorder, eating can be a hardship. Their trembling hands make every spoon lift a chore and having food drop from it back to the table, or worse, to their lap, is emberassing and frustrating.
Suffer From Migraines? You May Suffer from These Diseases
Parkinson's If migraines are accompanied by an aura - flashes of light or visual floaters - you are at a higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease, according to research from the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD.
After Seeing these Photos, I Cannot Wait to Visit Australia
Remarkable Rocks, Kangaroo Island Source: Flickr.com, Tim Parkinson Source: Flickr.com, Tim Parkinson 5. Whitsunday Island, Queensland Source: Flickr.com, Birger Kuhnel Source: Flickr.com, brewbooks 6. Head of Bight, perfect place to catch a glimpse of the whales! Source: Flickr.com, TheLeadSA 7.
Age Is a Significant Factor in These 13 Common Conditions
Parkinson's Disease Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological disorder characterized by halting movement, stiffness, and visible tremors. Unsurprisingly, around 75% of all Parkinson’s cases begin after the patient has reached 60 years of age.
Do You Have... - Funny!
Jack: "What about vitamins, sleeping pills, antidotes for Parkinson's disease?" Pharmacist: "Absolutely.. why-" Jack: "Everything for heartburn and indigestion?" Pharmacist: "yea, but why-" Jack: "Adult incontinence pants?" Pharmacist: "Sure. But WHY?"
Award-Winning Nature Shots That’ll Take Your Breath Away
Grand PrizeWinner: 'Hare Ball' By Andy Parkinson, Scotland Image Source: Andy Parkinson / BigPicture 2. Terrestrial Wildlife Winner: 'Cheetah Hunting In Maasai Mara' By Yi Liu Image Source: Yi Liu / BigPicture 3.
Whoa! This Magic Bean Has a Whole Host of Health Benefits
Due to its high concentrations of L-dopa, which is a non-protein amino acid, it is frequently used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat Parkinson’s disease and other ailments.
7 Brain Functions We May Soon Be Able to Control
Depression, Parkinson’s, and Possibly Alzheimer’s The University of Toronto neurosurgeon Andres Lozano has been using electricity to trigger misfiring neurons to work and curb abnormal neurons from firing. He has been using this method to treat depression and shaking in Parkinson’s.
Let Me Amaze You Today...
A special spoon made for Parkinson's patients, which stabilizes the movement so they can eat. The blood vessels in our face and head.
These Amazing People Prove There Are No Limits in Life!
Fox lives with Parkinson’s disease and supports others The leading star of Back to the Future was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease when just 30 years old. After this diagnosis, he became addicted to alcohol.
Moving Your Body Will Help Save Your Memory
Dancing and Your Brain Research is constantly being done on the aging brain and how to combat, prevent and treat age-related diseases such as Alzheimer's, Dementia and Parkinson's disease.