Weight, sleep and depression linked to risk of cognitive problems in Parkinson’s

Weight, sleep and depression linked to risk of cognitive problems in Parkinson’s
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, US, have found that people with early Parkinson’s disease are at higher risk of developing cognitive impairments if they are overweight, have disruptive sleep behaviours or experience symptoms of depression. Evaluating data from 405 people, the researchers used statistical analysis to identify relationships between certain characteristics and changes in patient cognition over time. Their ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s Life EUPublished on 2021-01-14By admin