What Are The Treatments?
While no cure for Parkinson's disease exists yet, great bounds have been made in treating it. Lifestyle changes, medications, and surgeries are all ways in which doctors attempt to ease the patient's symptoms. Every medication works differently and will not affect everyone the same way. Discovering what works best for each specific case is essential in finding comfort. On top of medication, eating healthy, exercising, and remaining socially involved can offer many benefits as far as finding some relief and remaining positive. Patients working with an occupational therapist is a great option to help them master daily activities that may have become more difficult, such as eating or writing.