There is a lot to know about Parkinson's. Learn about symptoms, types of Parkinson's and how it is diagnosed.
Parkinson's symptoms can appear as both motor symptoms and non-motor symptoms. The three main symptoms of Parkinson's are tremor, stiffness and slowness of movement.
Parkinson's is part of an umbrella of conditions known as ‘parkinsonism’. The main symptoms of Parkinson's are also the main symptoms of a number of conditions which are grouped together under the term 'parkinsonism'.
People diagnosed with Parkinson’s under the age of 60 are considered to have early-onset Parkinson’s.
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