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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.Is constipation a sign of early Parkinson's disease?
If you suffer from constipation, it might be a sign of early Parkinson's disease. Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany, have hypothesized that constipation - a common although not usually discussed non-motor symptom of Parkinson's - could predate diagnosis of the neurological disease by up to 20 years.Can exercise reduce symptoms of Parkinson's?
Exercise good for people with Parkinson's and their general wellbeing. But we now know that the right type and intensity of exercise can actually slow the progression of Parkinson's symptoms. The right exercise can help people remain physically active, and reduce discomfort from pain and other symptoms affecting mobility.