What is Parkinson’s tremor and how to deal with it?

Parkinson's tremor

Most people with Parkinson’s disease have tremor. Initially, this problem affects only one side of the body. But as the disease progresses, it may cross to the other side and ultimately appears on both sides of the body. This distressing condition appears mostly in hands, especially when they are at rest. What is Parkinson’s tremor … Read moreWhat is Parkinson’s tremor and how to deal with it?

Parkinson’s disease and CBD oil- Is there a connection?

CBD oil for medicinal purposes is now being more popular than ever before. It has been using for pain relief and other various medically serious conditions. New research suggests that CBD oil could also be useful against Parkinson’s disease. Several clinical trials have shown that it may have the potential to relieve some of the symptoms … Read moreParkinson’s disease and CBD oil- Is there a connection?

The role of melatonin in Parkinson’s disease

melatonin and Parkinson's

Melatonin is commonly known for its ability to treat insomnia. However, recent research shows that it also has the potential to treat the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Many clinical studies have highlighted the role of melatonin in Parkinson’s disease and displayed it as one of the alternative therapies for Parkinson’s patients. Melatonin – a multitasking … Read moreThe role of melatonin in Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s Disease and Genetics – Is There A Connection?

Parkinson's disease and genetics

The link between Parkinson’s disease and genetics has been increasingly realized in the last two decades. Researchers have identified many genes that play an important role in the disease presentation. Among the genes that are identified, some are the actual cause of the Parkinson’s disease, while others increase the risk to develop it. Overview Parkinson’s … Read moreParkinson’s Disease and Genetics – Is There A Connection?

​Parkinson’s disease early signs you should know

Parkinson's early signs

Parkinson’s disease is usually recognized with its motor symptoms like tremor, slow in movement, and stiffness. Recent research shows that the disease signs appear in the body many years before the onset of motor symptoms. As these early signs appear in the form of non-motor, they are usually neglected and are not considered to be … Read more​Parkinson’s disease early signs you should know

Types of pain associated with Parkinson’s disease

Pain in Parkinson's disease

Parkinson’s disease is usually known for its motor symptoms such as tremor, slowness of movement, and stiffness. However, most people don’t realize that pain is also associated with Parkinson’s disease. In fact, recent research shows that it could be one of the early warning signs of the disease. Pain – the key but undermined symptom … Read moreTypes of pain associated with Parkinson’s disease