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what are all the signs for parkinson's?

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Dr. Aaron Haug
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Motor and non-motor: The classic symptoms of parkinson disease are related to movement- tremor in the hands when they are resting; slowness (bradykinesia); stiffness (rigidity); and balance problems (postural instability). There can also be many non-motor symptoms such as depression, memory problems, and insomnia. I recommend seeing a neurologist, particularly a movement disorders specialist.
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Parkinson: The main symptoms of Parkinson's disease are usually stiffness, shaking (tremor), and slowness of movement. Other symptoms include fewer facial expressions , difficulty with fine movements, writing and balance and posture and an increased tendency to fall, bladder symptoms, hallucination, constipation, Sexual difficulties etc. http://patient.info/health/parkinsons-disease-leaflet

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