Most Parkinson’s Patients Show Non-movement Symptoms Like Depression, Sleep Problems, Survey Finds

Most Parkinson’s Patients Show Non-movement Symptoms Like Depression, Sleep Problems, Survey Finds
Nearly all Parkinson’s disease patients experience non-movement symptoms, such as sleep disturbances or depression, which affect their quality of life as much as movement-related symptoms, according to an online survey of 700 participants, nearly 600 of whom completed it in full. Patients’ caregivers are those most likely to detect non-movement manifestations of the disease. These are the two main conclusion of ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2018-04-26By Patricia Inacio, PhD