Parkinson’s Disease Treatment Centre
Parkinson’s disease is a chronic condition that affects both the neurological system and the bodily components that are under the control of the nervous system. Symptoms emerge gradually. The initial sign might be a little tremor in only one hand. Although tremors are typical, the disease might also make you stiff or move more slowly.
Each person will experience the signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease differently. Early symptoms could be negligible and overlooked. Even when symptoms start to affect the limbs on both sides, they begin from one side of the body and generally continue to be severe there.
Parkinson’s symptoms and indicators include:
The face may be expressionless in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease. A person might not swing their arms while walking, speech might become slurred or dull. As the illness advances over time, Parkinson’s disease symptoms get worse.
Despite the fact that there is no cure for Parkinson’s disease, medicines may greatly reduce symptoms. The neurologists at NHS Neuro Care can provide the best possible care that will help in the management of the disease.
Causes of Parkinson’s Disease
Certain brain nerve cells (neurons) eventually deteriorate or die due to Parkinson’s disease. A decrease of neurons that generate the chemical messenger dopamine in the brain is the cause of many symptoms. Dopamine deficiency results in abnormal brain activity, which worsens movement impairment and other Parkinson’s disease symptoms.
Risk factors include:
Complications that can occur
Over a period of time, Parkinson’s Disease may also cause various other complications. These include:
Parkinson's Disease Treatment Centre
The aim of treatment at NHS Neuro Care is to manage symptoms, enable patients to function independently of various medications, and postpone the onset of new symptoms. There are no known strategies to prevent Parkinson’s because it has no identified cause. Our neurologists closely engage with the patient to determine a course of therapy that will help them in proper management of the disease.