According to the latest research, the disease affects the digestive system and it may also be accompanied by autonomous symptoms of the nervous system, such as involuntary urination (urinary incontinence), the modification of saliva secretion or olfaction, sleep disorder, moodiness and with the progress of the disease, mental decline also appears.
Parkinson’s disease can be identified by a thorough examination of the nervous system. It is recommended that you visit a neurologist as soon as you perceive the first symptom.
What are the symptoms that may imply Parkinson’s disease?
The slowness of movement, which derives from muscle stiffness.
Modified posture, the patient slightly bends his/her back.
The patient’s steps are short and the patient can barely lift his/her feet off the ground.
When walking, the upper limbs do not move together, that is, the patient’s arms are stiff or bent.
The upper limbs of the patients are hard to bend or bend intermittently.
Involuntary movement of limbs, which can be arm tremor or leg tremor, often both.
Difficulties with balance might also appear.