Risk Factors of Parkinson’s disease

Risk factor for the Parkinson’s disease mainly depends on age, hereditary, sex and exposure to toxins. Men are more affected than women; 25%-45% are caused by the loss of dopamine which causes rigid movements. Advancing age is a factor that is more consistently associated with an increase in the Parkinson’s disease; only 5%-10% of people get PD before age of 40. It involve some of the symptoms like anxiety, cognitive problems, tremor or shaking, depression, trouble sleeping, low voice, loss of smell etc. Now a day’s Head injury and Gene variation is also a factor for Parkinson’s disease

  • Age
  • Heredity
  • Exposure to toxins
  • Presence of lewy bodies

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