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What are simple remedies for parkinson disease (including vastu remedies)?

What are simple remedies for parkinson disease (including vastu remedies)?

No remedies (cures): Parkinson's disease is unfortunately a progressive neurological disorder for which there is no remedy or cure at this time. However, there are many options for treatment, and with proper management of medications, exercise and other treatments patients can often do well for many years. ...Read more

Dr. Robert Hutchman
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Parkinson Disease (Definition)

A condition in which a person has a degenerative brain problem in which dopamine-containing cells in a part of the midbrain die off. Early symptoms include shaking, rigidity, slowness of ...Read more


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What are the causes and simple remedies for parkinson disease (including vastu remedies)?

What are the causes and simple remedies for parkinson disease (including vastu remedies)?

Parkinson's disease: Parkinsons disease (pd) is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system with motor symptoms due to the death of dopamine-generating cells in the substantia nigra. Later in its course cognitive and behavioral problems may occur in addition.
School medicine teaches that there is no cure for pd, but medications, surgery and multidisciplinary management can provide symptomatic relief. ...Read more

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Can you tell me the causes and simple remedies for parkinson disease (including vastu remedies)?

Vastu remedies: There is no known cause for parkinson's disease. There are several excellent western medical options for parkinson's disease. A neurologist can help with a treatment plan. Light a candle in the southeast portion of the house on a daily basis for good health. Please see a vastu guru for further vastu remedies in regard to parkinson's disease. ...Read more

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What would be the most common causes and simple remedies for parkinson disease (including vastu remedies)?

What would be the most common causes and simple remedies for parkinson disease (including vastu remedies)?

Exercise & medicine: Parkinson disease is caused by a loss of dopamine-producing cells in the brain. When one loses enough of these, the symptoms begin. The treatment includes cardiovascular exercise, but mostly by medication that replicates the effect of the dopamine. There is no evidence for any benefit of vastu remedies. ...Read more

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Are there any treatment that works for parkinson disease?

Are there any treatment that works for parkinson disease?

Surgical?: Essentially there are medications and surgery. Surgical treatment would likely consist of deep brain stimulation or dbs but, you should confirm this with a neurologist and a neurosurgeon. ...Read more

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Can you tell me some natural remedies or treatments for Parkinson's disease?

Maybe CoQ-10: But the jury remains out as to how significant the benefits may be, and some studies suggest limited success. Otherwise, there are no real alternative approaches of value out there. ...Read more

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What are the medicine prescribed for parkinson disease?

Complicated: With the earliest symptoms, the best approach is Dopamine agonist (mirapex, requip), later l-dopa, which remains fundamental, and maybe Azilect for potential protection. As the l-dopa becomes less efficacious, comtan, (entacapone) and even later combinations of all the above, and if inadequate, use of deep brain stimulation. ...Read more

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How does parkinson disease affect daily living skills?

How does parkinson disease affect daily living skills?

GRADUAL IMPACT : It is very debiltating if not treated, and gradullay declines the capacity for self care, but early diagnosis and treatment, may help some, especially having knowledge about it. ...Read more

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I want to know what's the reason for parkinson disease?

I want to know what's the reason for parkinson disease?

Parkinson's disease: The reason or cause for parkinson's disease is unknown. The disease arises from a progressive loss of Dopamine producing neurons or nerve cells in the substantia nigra in the midbrain portion of the brain. The initial treatments are oral medications followed by surgical options to treat the symptoms of tremor, rigidity and slowness of movement. ...Read more

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Does Parkinson disease patient have to take Parkinson medicine?

Depends on yourself: Many factors to assess before deciding whether it's best for a patient to take medication for their Parkinson's right away or wait. That's something you should discuss with your doctor. Medications for Parkinson's have side effects to be sure but they also can improve the quality of life tremendously in some people. You can also engage in regular EXERCISE (not just physical therapy) which helps. ...Read more

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What is the best medicine or stimulation surgety for parkinson disease?

What is the best medicine or stimulation surgety for parkinson disease?

Meds First, then DBS: As a pd specialist i always try to get the most utility from medications first. The typical choics are (in order of preference): azilect, agonists (requip xl, Mirapex er & neupro-available july 16), then sinemet & last comtan (entacapone). If despite all these, symptom relief/qol is poor, dbs of stn or gpi ate favored & are very effective @ reducing inconsistent medication effect (. ...Read more

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Which is the best advanced medical center in the world for parkinson disease?

Which is the best advanced medical center in the world for parkinson disease?

Not one: Believe it or not, the va has excellent centers for veterans. There are a number of great centers around the country, I would not say that one is better than the other. From where you live, I am sure that there are some exceptional movement disorders programs in philadelphia. Johns hopkins? ...Read more

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Apologize for my ignorance but is parkinson disease falls in mental illness category?

Apologize for my ignorance but is parkinson disease falls in mental illness category?

No-Neurodegenerative: There are patients with parkinson diseaes who get dementia. There are many patients who get bradyphrenia, which means a slowness of processing information. Many, many patients get depression. Overall, however, we do not consider it a mental illness. It is a degenerative neurological movement disorder. ...Read more

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Is there any cure for parkinson disease....if not what medicines will help with syndromes?

Treatment options: Many treatment options are available including dopamine agonists, deep brain stimulation, etc. There is a lot of active research in the field and new findings are being made each day. See a neurologist (specifically a neurology movement disorders subspecialist) for discussion. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/parkinsonsdisease.html ...Read more

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What can I do if my dad has parkinson disease and I'm very curious. How can you distinguish it really?

Motor Symptoms below: There are various symptoms, but some of the most common are:
resting tremor--this is a tremor that is worse when the patient's limb is resting, and it disappears when he moves it.
Rigidity--the arm is stiffer than normal.

Note that the above symptoms are usually asymmetrical, particularly at the start of the disease. There may be reduced armswing when walking. There may be a general slowness. ...Read more

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How could parkinson disease be prevented?

How could parkinson disease be prevented?

Parkinson: Despite a good deal of investigation so far there is no known causes of Parkinson's except for those drug induced. So until the source is found the concept of prevention remains remote. ...Read more

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What are some meds for parkinson disease?

Numerous ITEMS: We have the anti-cholinergics like artane, but not used much these days, Dopamine agonists such as mirapex, requip, Neupro (rotigotine) patch. L-dopa with or without carbi-dopa, and maybe later entacapone. Azilect may be neuroprotective. The dbs unit could provide surgical support. ...Read more

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What are the causes of parkinson disease?

What are the causes of parkinson disease?

Causes of PD: Parkinson's disease involves depletion of a neurotransmitter in the part of the brain called the substantia nigra. The precise mechanisms of neurodegeneration in pd are unknown. There is believed to be an interaction between genetic and environmental factors, abnormalities in protein processing, oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction, and others. ...Read more

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How does parkinson disease affect the body?

How does parkinson disease affect the body?

Many possibilities: Physical symptoms: resting tremor, slow movements, rigidity (stiffness) of muscles & posture. Causing slow walking, masked face, decreased blink rate, softer/mumbled speech, poor hand agility, small handwriting, potential falls & injury. Non-physical symptoms: cognitive decline, hallucinations/delusions, anxiety/depression, insomnia, sleepiness/fatigue, constipation, low bp, erectile dysfunction. ...Read more

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Is there a way to cure parkinson disease naturally?

Is there a way to cure parkinson disease naturally?

No cure: There is no cure for parkinson disease. There are many good medications, and exercise helps as well. There is nothing "natural" that has been shown to be helpful. Previously it was thought that coq10 was helpful, but more recent evidence suggests that it does not help. ...Read more

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Advise possible options to control parkinson disease?

Many are available: There are numerous drugs and treatments available.
Consult with a neurologist to review your medical condition and get started on the correct road to control. ...Read more

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Why in parkinson disease symptoms start asymmetrical ly?

Why in parkinson disease symptoms start asymmetrical ly?

Parkinson's: Parkinson's disease is a degenerative disease of the basal ganglia. As a degenerative disease, different areas of the brain die at different times which causes asymmetry of symptoms. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of early or mild parkinson disease?

What are the symptoms of early or mild parkinson disease?

Slow progression: These symptoms typically involve resting tremor, slowness of body movements & rigidity of muscles & posture. They always begin on one side, then effect the midline (face, voice & balance, & finally do spread to involve the other side. Early pre-motor symptoms include: rbd (acting out dreams while sleeping), anosmia (loss of smell), constipation & depression. Also, slow mental clarity/st memory. ...Read more

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Can you suggest some good medicines for parkinson disease?

Parkinson Disease: There are a number of medications available for Parkinson disease but see which might be best for the patient you need to have a consultation with a neurologist who deals with this disorder — this physician can best assess which would be the best medication. ...Read more

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What are the typical symptoms of having parkinson disease?

Dx of Parkinson's: Usually onset of sx's in late 50-60's in patients. They develope a resting pin- rolling tremor, masked facies, rigidity and slowing down of movements. They may also have postural instability and gait difficulties. Pls see a neurologist to be sure the condition is not "parkinsonism"related to medication, possible normopressure hydrocephalus or a stroke or brain mass. ...Read more

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How does parkinson disease affect your body's gait and posture?

Slows gait: Parkinson's slows movements and makes steps smaller. There are also balance difficulties and increased falls. Posture is often bent forward though there is a tendency to fall backwards known as retropulsion. These problems can be mild early on in the illness but can be debilitating if you have had the disease for a number of years. ...Read more

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Interested to know how does parkinson disease affect daily living?

Varies: This may vary depending on the severity of the parkinson's disease and also the response to medications. There are some who may have a minor tremor that is well controlled by medications. There are some that may have severe on/off problems that are debilitating and affect daily living. There are new surgical techniques(deep brain stimulation) that have a lot of promise in alleviating symptoms. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how parkinson disease affects normal homestasis of the body?

Can you tell me how parkinson disease affects normal homestasis of the body?

Parkinson Disease: Parkinson Disease is a disorder of the brain affecting mostly muscle control and cognition — it does not normally affect homeostatis of the body until the very late stages of the disease. ...Read more

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Is syndopa plus (levedopa + carbidoba) the only medicine to treat parkinson disease?

No, others are used: Dopamine agonists such as pramipexole, ropinorole, and Neupro (rotigotine) patch. Azilect, entacapone, and maybe tolcapone. Dbs surgery and use of unit. So, lots of choices. ...Read more

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