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Treatment Options For Parkinson’s Disease

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Parkinson’s disease (PD), also known as Parkinsonism, occurs due to damage to dopamine, a neurotransmitter which coordinates movement. Because PD can produce tremor, difficulty, slowness, rigidity, and coordination problems, it has been described as a “movement disorder”. While Parkinson’s symptoms tend to increase with age, they can also occur at any time. The disease is incurable but fortunately, there are several treatment options available to help treat the symptoms.

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs, also known as anti-inflammatories, can help slow down symptoms. The effects of NSAIDs can be very temporary and depend on the type of the medication taken, the severity of the condition, and how often they are taken. Most of the drugs have side effects, which include gastrointestinal problems and headaches. In addition to NSAIDS, oral and injectable medicines may also be used in managing the symptoms of the disease. However, these medicines must be taken regularly and must be taken according to a doctor’s orders.

Another way to manage the condition is through the use of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT helps patients deal with and learn to control their symptoms, through techniques like behavioral management and alternative therapies. It is important to seek medical attention for symptoms of the disease immediately as they can get worse if left untreated. In most cases, symptoms are treated with medication that is given to the patient according to a prescribed course of treatment.

If none of the treatment options works, there is still hope for patients. A number of medications are available for use in treating the disease. These include medicines like levodopa, L-dopa, and N-acetylcysteine, which are used to help control the symptoms of the disease.

Other than these, there is another drug called Paxil. Pregabalin, also known as Norpramin, has the same side effects as all the other medicines.

Pregabalin, as the name suggests, reduces the effects of dopamine and helps to slow down the progression of the disease. This is a drug that is available only by prescription. However, there are certain groups of people who cannot take this medication because of its dangerous side effects.


The success of a patient using this drug is highly dependent on the level of activity the patient has in his hand. As a result, doctors may change the dose of the medication to try and relieve the patient from the symptoms of the disease. When patients do not respond well to the drug, other forms of treatments may be used, depending on the severity of the symptoms. Patients who suffer from chronic attacks of the disease should always keep the doctor informed of their medical history and any changes that might occur in their condition.

Patients with a severe case of the condition should be monitored closely to ensure that they are not making any sudden movements or shaking of their hands or legs. Any symptoms that are out of proportion with what is expected may indicate an underlying problem or disorder. For example, it is not uncommon for a patient to feel like they are having a heart attack or some type of paralysis.

Different combinations of drugs and various types of therapy can be used to treat patients with Parkinson’s. In most cases, treatment will involve the use of medications in combination with behavioral therapy and alternative therapies such as exercise and yoga. All medications must be taken regularly according to the doctor’s instructions.

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