Parkinson’s is a disease that attacks the nervous system so that it weakens its performance until it does not work, it can even cause paralysis. Parkinson’s disease affects the substantial nigra, the part of the mid brain that serves to send signals to the spinal cord that controls the movement of the muscles of the body. Signals are sent through neurotransmitters, one of which is dopamine. When the amount of dopamine decreases, the brain activity is disrupted. This condition is commonly called the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Patients with this disease usually experience tremor when rest, difficult to do body movement, and muscle stiff.
Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease The way speech changes. The style of speech becomes vague, unclear, and hesitant. The body often trembles (tremor). Trembling on uncontrolled limbs usually occurs on one hand while resting.
Difficulty sleeping (insomnia). Loss of body movement coordination (bradykinesia). Decreased coordination of body movements so much slower. Patients find it difficult to perform light activities such as walking or getting up from a sitting. Urinary incontinence.
Rigid muscles, The muscles of the body become tense or stiff. There is no facial expression due to very limited muscle movement, as well as pain due …