The physical symptoms of Parkinson's disease can often prevent people from living with this disease from having a good night's sleep. Parkinson's disease movement disorders and motor symptoms can greatly disturb your sleep patterns and sleep habits and prevent you from reaping the expected benefits.
Like many chronic illnesses, Parkinson's disease is a progressive chronic illness with different stages. The purpose of this article is to help you better prepare yourself to cope with this illness and also to recognize when you will need outside help such as a professional caregiver.
Most people recognize the late stages of Parkinson's disease; the most common signs are tremors and a random walk. But the condition is difficult to diagnose early. Doctors have great difficulty in making an accurate diagnosis until they have gone beyond the initial stages of the disease.
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