Parkinsonís Disease - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Written by Vani Pradeep, MBA (HR & Marketing) | Medically Reviewed by Dr. Nithin Jayan, MBBS, DNB on Apr 06, 2018
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Global variation in anastomosis and end colostomy formation following left-sided colorectal resection.

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The matter of significance - Has the p.(Glu121Lys) variant of TOR1A gene a pathogenic role in dystonia or Parkinson disease?

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High Fat Diet Suppresses Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptors and Reduces Dopaminergic Neurons in the Substantia Nigra.

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DJ-1-binding compound B enhances Nrf2 activity through the PI3-kinase-Akt pathway by DJ-1-dependent inactivation of PTEN.

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DJ-1 was identified as an oncogene and also as a causative gene for a familial form of Parkinson disease (PD). DJ-1 plays various roles in anti-oxidat... Read More

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Ŗ-arrestin2 alleviates L-dopa-induced dyskinesia via lower D1R activity in Parkinson's rats.

Zhang XR, Zhang ZR, Chen SY, Wang WW, Wang XS, He JC, Xie CL

The cause of the L-dopa-induced dyskinesia (LID) has been ascribed to G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) supersensitivity and uncontrolled downstream s... Read More

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I was around 58 when my thumb started giving me problems. As time passed i had other symptoms; hand tremors, restless sleep, muscle weakness, cognitive decline, voice spasm, stiff achy right arm and ankle. At 60 i was diagnose of PARKINSONS DISEASE, i was on Carbidopa and Pramipexole for two years, they helped alot but not for long. As the disease progressed my symptoms worsened, with my neurologist guidance i started on natural alternative PARKINSONS DISEASE treatment from R.H.F. [Rich Herbs Foundation], the treatment worked very effectively, my severe symptoms simply vanished, i feel better now than I have ever felt and i can feel my strength again. Visit ww w. richherbsfoundation. c om. My neurologist was very open when looking at alternative medicines and procedures, this alternative parkinson disease treatment is a breakthrough.

i have not seen the decease known now as " Restless leg syndrome mentioned in the list. can you include this RLS and medication for this please. mohan-muscat


Zandopa is the best available cure for Parkinson's Disease. It is a herbal product and hence there is no damage in the long run.

meeta shah

I am sujok therapidt and giving treatmeny to parkinsion's patient.he is 72 years old.he becomes vibront in movement and feeling uncomfortable.During my treatment ,he felt relax for 10 hrs. that day.I am usuing needle accupuncture system of byol meridians and chakras and triorigine in sujok therapy.

I am Acupuncture therapist myself ans have PD for 3 years. So farI have not been able to control my Tremor [ mainly on Left side of the body]. Would you be so kind and share you approach with Su Jok (I do practice it as well). Thanks a lot! Alex

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