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Parkinson’s Disease is a disease that primarily impedes movement and speech. This slow, progressive disease may strike anyone between the ages of 50 and 60 and sometimes even earlier.
It is a disease that affects more than 10 million people worldwide and although treatments are available for this disease, it currently has no cure. Thus life may be challenging for those who have Parkinson’s Disease or for those taking care of someone who has it.
But below are some tips that may help you or your loved one cope with the difficulties.
If you or someone you know has Parkinson’s or you suspect being affected by the disease:
If you are a caregiver of someone with the disease, then below are some suggestions that can help (the above tips also apply).
Sources: webmd.com, pdf.org
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