Parkinson’s disease is also known as paralysis agitans or shaking palsy which happens to be a movement disorder.
The nerve cells in the part of one’s brain which control movements are in fact mainly affected. The nerve cells (neurons) which do make the chemical known as dopamine either do not work sufficiently or are completely destroyed. The real cause behind this health condition had never been in fact identified
What are the symptoms?
One feels tremors in one’s finger, hands, legs, arms, jaw, and face. These tremors are mild as well as visible only while one is resting In course of time these movements are seen even in regular movements.
One suffers from stiffness or inflexibility of muscles. Muscles usually stretch when they tend to move and get relaxed when they are rested.
3. Muscular movements:
These are movements like walking, dancing, running, sitting, grasping objects and so forth which happen to be stiff.
This is the slowness of movements which is accompanied by stiffness as well as rigidity. They find it difficult to initiate movements or stop movement suddenly.
5. Inability to perform tasks:
Difficult to perform rapid movements.
6. Loss of balance:
One finds it difficult to coordinate movements and falls frequently while walking or running.
One shuffles around and gets tipped by small obstacles.
8. Decreased arm swing:
One turns en bloc rather than twisting one’s neck or trunk.
Muscle contractions which are painful and usually affect the foot or the ankle.
One’s speech becomes rapid, soft and is not all that intelligible.
Other symptoms of Parkinson’s disease:
• Small, cramped handwriting (micrographia)
• Dementia and confusion
• Fear or anxiety
• Fatigue and body aches
• Slow thinking & memory problems
• Sexual dysfunction
• Compulsive behaviors
• Loss of energy
• Sleep disturbances
Causes of Parkinson’s disease:
Usually, about 15 to 25 percent of people with Parkinson’s report has a relative suffering from that disease. It can be also inherited.
It can result from exposure to environmental toxins or injuries.
Previous incidences of head trauma are often the causes of many suffering from the disease.
Antipsychotics, which are made use of to treat schizophrenia and psychosis, that can induce the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (or Parkinsonism) by actually lowering one’s dopaminergic activity.
Homeopathic Treatment for Parkinson’s disease:
Best Homeopathy treatment in Hyderabad does help in the case of early detected cases and in the case where the conventional treatment has not been of much use.
Homeopathy has become very popular these days and all over the world, many patients are opting for this sort of treatment for required relief. Even Parkinson’s disease can be treated via homeopathy and one can get much relief. It is better to seek medical advice on this matter.
Dr. Anki Reddy is there for one to seek proper medical homeopathic advice and the experts there know how to deal with Parkinson’s disease.