TIPS FOR HANDLING OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE PATIENTS

By On Friday, September 13th, 2013 Categories : Review

WHAT comes to mind when you hear about Parkinson’s disease? Disease affecting the elderly or disease that causes paralysis? During this time, Parkinson’s considered a preventable disease that is difficult and not easily cured. This is partly because the main cause is also not known with certainty.
Symptoms of Parkinson’s occurs when 80 percent of the supply of dopamine in the body is reduced. In fact, dopamine is responsible in the process of signal transmission between nerve cells of the brain to regulate body movement coordination. The effect is like shaking ensued on the feet and hands at rest, the limbs become rigid, slow movement, and the patient will experience impaired balance and trouble walking body.
Patients with Parkinson’s for several years, experiencing symptoms of hands and feet do not move freely, arthritis stiff and tense, difficulty walking, and was able to speak with the voice jeias. With Parkinson’s symptoms are experienced, being unable to take care of themselves.
After five months of treatment are now beginning to be able to eat and drink without help from others. No shaking hands, no saliva drip, and can i walk alone in a fairly long distance.
Parkinson’s disease is hard to cure. However, experience proves that nothing is impossible. With proper treatment, parkinsonism in a person can be handled properly.

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