The Non-Motor Symptoms Of Parkinson’s - Health Channel


The Non-Motor Symptoms Of Parkinson’s | Health Insiders

Cognitive dysfunction, psychosis & hallucinations, mood disorders, sleep problems, alteration in smell and gastrointestinal problems are some of non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s. Dr. Andrew Forster, Internal Medicine Physician with Baptist Health Primary Care, explains traditionally Parkinson’s has always been thought of as really a movement disorder, but now physicians know that there are other parts of the disease just besides having trouble with moving.

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