Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease
There is no specific test for Parkinson's disease, however knowing the symptoms of Parkinson's disease can help to diagnose the condition early enough for it to be managed.
Some symptoms of Parkinson's disease include:
- Occasional, rhythmic tremors in the fingers, hands, arms, legs, jaw, or face
- Stiffness in the legs, neck, or torso
- Slowness of movement
- Trouble with balance and coordination
- Difficulty speaking
- Feeling depressed, overly tired, and irritable.
- Extreme constipation