Parkinsons. Parkinsons is a condition that affects movement of the muscles. It is caused by loss of cells within part of the brain called the substantia nigra. Common symptoms include muscle rigidity, resting tremor, slowness of movement, and sometimes unexplained falls. Some people may have more of a tremor than others, these symptoms may not affect everyone the same way.
Parkinson Disease. Parkinson Disease is a disorder that causes loss of chemicals produced by neurons in the brain the most common one is Dopamine. Non-motor symptoms occur 3-20 years before physical ones, such as Acting out dreams, constipation & decreased smell. PD presents with 2 /3 symptoms which is Tremor, Slowness of Movement & Muscle Rigidity +/- Difficulty with balance. Some patients never have tremor.
Hand shaking. Shaking hands is not a typical symptom of menopause, but it is of parkinson's. Other symptoms of parkinson's are slow movements, shuffling gait, stiffness, and a "ratchety" kind of rigidity seen especially when when your elbow joints are extended from a flexed position. Sometimes there are falls backwards too. Read more...