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8 Ways Parkinson’s Disease Affects Your Movement

April 17, 2019

From the Everyday Health website

Parkinson’s disease is a type of central nervous system disorder that affects your movement, causing symptoms such as tremors, slowness, stiffness, and more. These involuntary movements begin, in part, in the brain, where the production of dopamine (the ,  that controls movement) is impaired. Without enough dopamine, the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease become more severe.

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