A very significant subset of Parkinson's disease patients develop dementia at some point during the course of their condition. How can dementia best be managed in people with Parkinson's?
Most people are familiar with the typical symptoms of Parkinson's disease, like tremors, stiffness, and slow movement. Parkinson's can, however, lead to a whole host of symptoms you may not have known about.
Receding gums are a common problem also associated with periodontitis. There are signs to indicate your gums are receding and several causes. Your dentist can advise what you can do to help and possible treatment options.
Parkinson's disease patients are more likely than others to encounter bladder and bowel trouble. What can you do to overcome them?
Daytime fatigue is a common problem among people with Parkinson's disease. What causes it, and what can you do to feel more energized?
Many Parkinson's disease patients suffer from disordered sleep. What usually causes this, and what can you do to get a better night's sleep?
Women with endometriosis often suffer from truly debilitating periods, the pain of which goes far beyond anything most women have to endure. What can you do to find relief?
Many women with endometriosis experience abnormally heavy and prolonged menstrual periods — menorrhagia. What do you need to know about menorrhagia and its possible treatments?
Exercise can help reduce the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, and may even have the potential to do what medication currently can't — slow the progression of the disease. What do you need to know?
Deep brain stimulation is a fairly non-invasive brain surgery that can help Parkinson's patients attain a better quality of life. What should you know about the operation? Might you be a candidate?