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Early treatment of Parkinson's disease, steady exercise and positive mind improve the quality of life for patients.
Parkinson's disease is a good disease that causes Parkinson's disease (vacuum, tonic, and frostbite). It is often pointed out by people around it as 'slow in behavior', 'slow in speed', 'hatslada', 'blank', and 'lack in power'.
It's a relatively elderly disease, but sometimes it's a brain disease that can occur even at a young age.
Parkinson's disease is a disease of many symptoms due to decreased dopamine.
1.shaking (shaking when stabilized; advancing)
The earliest common symptom of Parkinson's disease is approximately 70% of patients.
Shaking refers to the vibration caused by involuntary, relatively regular muscle exercise, and the tremors in Parkinson's disease are mainly stable tremors, characterized by sitting still or not exercising.
2.Exercise complete (slow)
Exercise is the most representative clinical symptom of Parkinson's disease, which means the body is moving slowly and the amplitude of the exercise is getting smaller.
The overall behavior slows down and facial expressions decrease to make the face of a mask, the voice becomes smaller and thinner, and the font size decreases when writing.
As you walk, the amplitude of arm shaking decreases and your legs become attracted.
3.stiffness of muscle (bending)
It is a condition in which the body stiffens and gives the impression that it is moving like a robot when exercising.
Passive movement of the joint increases resistance. When the examiner moves the patient's joints, he feels stiff and inflexible.
4.Strong posture; unstable
The entire body is bent, resulting in a tangled posture change.
This posture can also cause walking disorders, which are when it is difficult to get back on your feet once you sit down, when your first step is not easy, and when you are restless, you are hesitant about your first action. On the other hand, once you start walking and go a little further, the pace of walking gets a little faster, and then you walk like you're running.
There are three methods: medication, physical therapy and. The most representative of these three treatments is medication.
And early treatment of Parkinson's disease is expected to stop the disease from progressing.
1) Medication treatment The medication used as a Parkinson's treatment is determined by accurately assessing the patient's motor skills, and only when administered at the correct dose and time can the maximum effect be expected.
1) Physical therapy
Muscle pain and back pain are common in patients with Parkinson's disease, and in severe cases, the joints may stiffen and the muscles may weaken, making movement difficult.
Physical therapy is also one of the most important treatments to relieve stiff muscles and joints and improve symptoms by increasing the amount of exercise.
Physical therapy includes repetitive physical therapy, posture correction, walking training, breathing training, and speaking.
Good exercise therapy for Parkinson's patients includes swimming, walking and gymnastics, and heart stimulation, a method that prevents neurotransmission by electrically stimulating the hypersensitive brain region.