Parkinson’s Disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that is marked by tremors and is quite progressive in nature, i.e it tends to aggravate as time passes. Usually affecting people over 60, Parkinson’s can sometimes present in 20-30 year olds, but the probability of that is quite low.
Not everyone suffering from Parkinson’s disease is likely to experience the same symptoms and these vary from one patient to another. These usually tend to be mild at first and aggravate as time passes by. Some of the symptoms may even go unnoticed initially. Common symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease include:
The broad classification of Parkinson’s is:
With no underlying pinpointed cause, the factors that may play a role are: