Parkinson. Symptoms

Definition of Parkinson
Also called paralysis agitans, is a chronic prolonged course, characterized by hypokinesia, muscular rigidity and resting tremor, caused by a depletion in striatal dopamine, which follows on nigrostriado system degeneration.

Symptoms of Parkinson's tremor and rigidity
* This disease is characterized by a rapid and almost continuous tremor, mainly localized on the hands, and a special stiffness mainly affecting the trunk.
* The quake, which begins in a hand or foot, is spreading steadily through the other end to affect the face, trunk and extremities.

Symptoms of Parkinson Abolition movements
Especially the swings of the arms when walking and mimic facial movements, so that e face becomes rigid, fixed and expressionless.

Symptoms of Parkinson Bradykinesia
* Slow execution of body movements.

Symptoms of Parkinson Akinesia
* Almost complete loss of movement. The most serious symptom usually appears in the most advanced stage of disease.

Other symptoms of Parkinson's
As a result of muscle motor impairment is usually presented:
* Language jerky, uncoordinated, slowed
* Writing slow, uncertain and tremulous, with a tendency to write lyrics very finely.

Parkinson's symptoms as the disease progresses
The muscle stiffness caused by increased tone and contraction (spasm) of all voluntary muscles, gradually accentuated influence:
* Static body position (bending forward)
* The expression of the face (stiff and expressionless)
* How to walk without elasticity with a tendency to fall forward and moving in small steps and accelerated.

Related Topics
Parkinson. Medical Treatments and Natural Remedies

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