Parkinson's Today Blog
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is largely known for its motor symptoms, slow movement, Involuntary shaking of the hands, arms, legs, jaw or tongue. The typical Parkinson’s tremor is “pill-rolling” — it looks like holding a pill between thumb and forefinger and continuously rolling it around. Some people report an internal tremor, a shaking sensation inside the chest, abdomen or limbs that cannot be seen.
This Parkinson’s Awareness Month, we want to hear your #KeyToPD.
Here are the Foundation’s top five keys to living a better life with Parkinson’s:
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During Brain Awareness Week, taking place March 11 to 17, we join the global campaign to raise awareness about the progress and benefits of brain research, including research into the causes of Parkinson's disease (PD) and how to treat it.
Since Parkinson’s affects multiple parts of the brain, we wanted to provide you with an easy-to-understand introduction to the amazing things your brain does and how.
The first concern for most people following a Parkinson’s disease (PD) diagnosis is to get the right medical help. Next, many people begin planning for living their life with Parkinson’s ensuring that their legal, financial and insurance concerns are all in good shape.
Do you ever walk into a room and forget why? Next time, try closing your eyes to jog your memory.
Your brain is a mysterious organ that researchers are still trying to better understand. Brain Awareness Week is a global campaign that raises public awareness about the progress and benefits of brain research, including research into the causes of Parkinson's disease (PD) and how to treat it. This year we wanted to provide you with 12 ways you can enhance your cognitive function, starting right now:
One way the Parkinson’s Foundation makes life better for all people in our Parkinson’s disease (PD) community is by providing free resources. We strive to support and empower PD caregivers with the tools, information and services you need to better care for your loved one with Parkinson’s and yourself. These are our top caregiver resources: