Parkinson’s Disease Overview

Other Symptoms

Parkinson's disease's other common symptoms are tired or stiff muscles, difficulty with basic movements, speech issues, and trouble taking steps. These symptoms limit a patient's ability to engage in day-to-day activities fully. Getting out of chairs, switching positions in bed, and walking at a reasonable pace are just some of the many things made much more challenging when Parkinson's disease comes into play. An individual with this disease may also experience a sudden and complete inability to move for brief periods.

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