Parkinson’s disease: Complications

Parkinson's disease is not thought to be a life threatening condition, but rather it has a vast effect of your personal satisfaction. With time, the sickness can bring about issues with speech, movement, and brain functioning. The major complication in Parkinson’s disease are blood pressure changes, depression, emotional changes, thinking difficulties, fatigue, sexual dysfunction, smell dysfunction, pain and sleep disorders

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Smell Dysfunction
  • Compulsive Behaviour

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