While a tremor may be the most well-known sign of Parkinson’s disease, the disorder also commonly causes stiffness or slowing of movement.
It is always best to see a doctor right away rather than wait until any Condition progresses that could have been slowed in its development.
Secondary Parkinsonism is similar to Parkinson disease because of the same symptoms but different causes.
Using nutritional care, lifestyle changes, sauna and exercise while under the supervision of a doctor may be a useful alternative in early stages of any condition*.
Some common symptoms of Parkinson’s:
Decrease in facial expressions, Difficulty starting and controlling movement, Loss or weakness of movement (paralysis),
Soft voice, Stiffness of the trunk, arms, or legs, Tremor. Confusion and memory loss may be likely in secondary Parkinsonism. This is because the diseases that cause secondary parkinsonism often lead to dementia.