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Parkinson Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a type of brain disorder that compromises the mental health, movement, sleep, and overall well-being of an individual. Symptoms include tremors, speech difficulties, and muscle pain, which can be alleviated by medications and some therapies. Unfortunately, there is no cure for Parkinson's Disease. This order can lead to disability. Thus, there arises the need for caregiving with some patients who might develop dementia. The exact cause is not certain, but usually, individuals with a family history are at great risk.

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Stages of Dementia
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Cognitive Disorder
Causes and Prevention of Dementia
Dementia Care, Practice, and Awareness
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Genetics in Dementia
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