Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s disease develops when the brain’s nerve cells (known as neurons) gradually deteriorate and die. Dopamine, a chemical messenger that provides information to the part of your brain that controls movement and coordination, is normally produced by nerve cells. A decrease in the amount of dopamine produced in the brain causes aberrant activity in the brain, resulting in movement disability and other symptoms in Parkinson’s disease.

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