Parkinson’s disease

What is it?

Parkinson's disease — is disease, associated with progressive loss of motor nerve cells (neurons) producing neurotransmitter dopamine. Because of this movement, and impaired regulation of muscle tone, manifested the characteristic tremor (trembling), general stiffness and impaired posture and movements. For the first time the disease is described by the English physician James Parkinson in 1817 in his "Essay on the Shaking Palsy."

Disease Parkinson (Parkinson's) ill about one hundredth man, centenarians sixty-year mark, and it occurs in men more often than women. Interestingly, the smokers are almost not affected by this disease, and fans of milk,

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