Dizziness May Be Non-Motor Symptom of Early Parkinson’s, Study Finds

Dizziness May Be Non-Motor Symptom of Early Parkinson’s, Study Finds
Dizziness — including sensations of fainting, imbalance, and vertigo — is common among Parkinson’s patients and may be a potential non-motor symptom of early-stage disease possibly associated with cognitive decline, a study has found. Typically, dizziness episodes are short and frequent, lasting seconds to minutes and occurring several times per day or week. The study, “Dizziness in patients with early ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2020-02-27By Ana Pena, PhD