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Loss of smell: Some research suggests that loss of smell is one of the earliest warning signs of Parkinson's and other cognitive disorders, appearing years before the onset of the motor and cognitive symptoms. Trouble sleeping: Sudden and extreme movements during sleep – kicking and punching – or falling out of bed can be indicate PD.Can Parkinson's disease be cured at the early stages?
There is no cure for Parkinson's, but the drug levadopa and other medications can control symptoms for many years. Because the clinical course of disease progression varies widely from patient to patient, identifying risk factors associated with early death could help doctors better target treatment strategies.What is Stage 4 Parkinson's?
During stage 4 Parkinson’s, daily activities may be challenging or even impossible. It is likely that a person will require some form of daily care, as independent living is not usually possible. People at this stage may be able to stand on their own but may need a walker or other assistive device to walk.