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According to data from the European Parkinson’s Disease Association, squinting may be a symptom of this disease.
And Express reports, based on data from the European Association, that one of the early symptoms, according to experts, is that a person does not blink for a long time. The reason for this is that the disease affects nerve cells in the brain that control motor processes.
Doctors point out that, in addition to this, attention should be paid if the movement of one arm is inconsistent with the movement of the body when the person is walking at a slow speed. Also, the symptoms of the disease are curvature of the back, writing in small letters, paresthesia, tingling, and pain in the neck or extremities, and for some, the voice may become soft.
It has already become known that one of the early signs of Parkinson’s disease is the loss of the sense of smell.
Parkinson’s disease, a degenerative disease of the central nervous system, develops slowly. And modern medicine is still unable to treat this disease. But there are methods that prevent its development, including surgical intervention, which allows to greatly improve the patient’s condition.