Parkinson’s Disease: Signs and Symptoms

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Parkinson’s disease is a progressive brain disease that causes a reduction of dopamine. When dopamine levels are lowered, it results in problems with movement.

Did you know that there’s a boxing therapy available for young-onset Parkinson’s patients?

But what are the most concerning warning signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease? In this video shared by khanacademymedicine, watch an animated explanation of what Parkinson’s disease is, its main signs and symptoms, and which movements are affected most.

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