Thursday, July 30, 2020

May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13

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In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

- slow memory
- less thinking skill
- no or lack of attention
- slow in information processes
- visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
- Levodopa
- Dopamine agonists
- MAO-B inhibitors

What are the result?

Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
- working memory
- alertness
- can make work planning

Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

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    1. Thanks -
      May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13
      -
      Just for illustration

      In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

      In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

      Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

      - slow memory
      - less thinking skill
      - no or lack of attention
      - slow in information processes
      - visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

      In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

      Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

      The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
      - Levodopa
      - Dopamine agonists
      - MAO-B inhibitors

      What are the result?

      Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
      - working memory
      - alertness
      - can make work planning

      Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

      Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

      Relate posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2
      - How to Manage the Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 3
      - Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

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  2. I have already read about this disease, it is a serious disease.

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  3. Parkinson’s is such a terrible disease without the dementia aspect.

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    1. Thanks -
      May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13
      -
      Just for illustration

      In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

      In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

      Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

      - slow memory
      - less thinking skill
      - no or lack of attention
      - slow in information processes
      - visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

      In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

      Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

      The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
      - Levodopa
      - Dopamine agonists
      - MAO-B inhibitors

      What are the result?

      Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
      - working memory
      - alertness
      - can make work planning

      Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

      Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

      Relate posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2
      - How to Manage the Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 3
      - Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

      Delete
  5. It's so terrible how the disease has seemingly increased so much over the years. I hope they will find a cure relatively soon.

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    1. Thanks -
      May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13
      -
      Just for illustration

      In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

      In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

      Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

      - slow memory
      - less thinking skill
      - no or lack of attention
      - slow in information processes
      - visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

      In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

      Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

      The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
      - Levodopa
      - Dopamine agonists
      - MAO-B inhibitors

      What are the result?

      Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
      - working memory
      - alertness
      - can make work planning

      Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

      Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

      Relate posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2
      - How to Manage the Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 3
      - Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

      Delete
  6. there are so many diseases on earth, and all can happen, hopefully staying healthy

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  7. My grandmorher was ill Parkinson.

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  8. Grazie per queste interessanti notizie!

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  9. Terrible disease.
    have a nice day!

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    1. Thanks -
      May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13
      -
      Just for illustration

      In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

      In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

      Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

      - slow memory
      - less thinking skill
      - no or lack of attention
      - slow in information processes
      - visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

      In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

      Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

      The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
      - Levodopa
      - Dopamine agonists
      - MAO-B inhibitors

      What are the result?

      Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
      - working memory
      - alertness
      - can make work planning

      Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

      Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

      Relate posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2
      - How to Manage the Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 3
      - Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

      Delete
  10. You have certainly a great deal of info concerning Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. Thanks for enlightening us !

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  11. Bom dia. Eu tenho caso de mal de Parkinson na família. Bom final de semana.

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    1. Thanks -
      May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13
      -
      Just for illustration

      In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

      In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

      Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

      - slow memory
      - less thinking skill
      - no or lack of attention
      - slow in information processes
      - visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

      In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

      Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

      The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
      - Levodopa
      - Dopamine agonists
      - MAO-B inhibitors

      What are the result?

      Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
      - working memory
      - alertness
      - can make work planning

      Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

      Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

      Relate posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2
      - How to Manage the Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 3
      - Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

      Delete
  12. It certainly did with my dad. Sadly.

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  13. Tanza, The two diseases may or may not be related or one lead to the other...but they are both truly devastating! Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  14. From today it is mandatory for us to wear mask when in public places. Both diseases are scary and damaging.

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    1. Thanks -
      May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13
      -
      Just for illustration

      In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

      In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

      Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

      - slow memory
      - less thinking skill
      - no or lack of attention
      - slow in information processes
      - visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

      In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

      Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

      The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
      - Levodopa
      - Dopamine agonists
      - MAO-B inhibitors

      What are the result?

      Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
      - working memory
      - alertness
      - can make work planning

      Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

      Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

      Relate posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2
      - How to Manage the Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 3
      - Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

      Delete
  15. Thanks for sharing your great knoledge concerning parkinsons diseases!
    Happy August!

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  16. Hola Tanza, enfermedades muy malas, yo conozco la del alzheimer, interesante tu blog, me quedo por aquí.
    Saludos

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  17. Interesting post!You know alot !Have a nice weekend!

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    1. Thanks -
      May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13
      -
      Just for illustration

      In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

      In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

      Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

      - slow memory
      - less thinking skill
      - no or lack of attention
      - slow in information processes
      - visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

      In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

      Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

      The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
      - Levodopa
      - Dopamine agonists
      - MAO-B inhibitors

      What are the result?

      Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
      - working memory
      - alertness
      - can make work planning

      Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

      Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

      Relate posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2
      - How to Manage the Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 3
      - Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

      Delete
  18. The "road closed" photo is clever. It really caught my attention and became all the more chilling once I realized that it was meant to symbolize the dead end that is having Parkinson's. I hope they find a cure.

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    1. Thanks -
      May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13
      -
      Just for illustration

      In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

      In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

      Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

      - slow memory
      - less thinking skill
      - no or lack of attention
      - slow in information processes
      - visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

      In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

      Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

      The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
      - Levodopa
      - Dopamine agonists
      - MAO-B inhibitors

      What are the result?

      Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
      - working memory
      - alertness
      - can make work planning

      Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

      Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

      Relate posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2
      - How to Manage the Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 3
      - Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

      Delete
  19. Interesting info, thanks. As for pigs, I think I'd rather have a dog. I really like ham though :)

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  20. Semoga dan berharap penuh agar kita semua terhindar dari penyakit seperti parkinson ini.
    Nama penyakitnya indah, tetapi menakutkan untuk kesehatan.

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    1. Thanks -
      May Parkinson’s Diseases Lead to Alzheimer's Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 13
      -
      Just for illustration

      In addition to physical disturbance, we have talk relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and cognitive impairment.

      In previous post (please read: Can Parkinson’s Diseases Cause cognitive impairment? - Parkinson’s Diseases 12), shown that about 35% Parkinson’s patients face with mild cognitive problems and “40% lead to dementia (Alzheimer’s) diseases.”

      Alzheimer’s diseases is diseases which relate to cognitive problems. People may be categorized as Alzheimer’s patients if they faced with at least two cognitive domains (problems):

      - slow memory
      - less thinking skill
      - no or lack of attention
      - slow in information processes
      - visuospatial executive function, occurs when patients are not able to "identify, integrate, and analyze space and visual form, details, structure and spatial relations"

      In fact, dementia appears after patients have several year of Parkinson’s diseases, usually at advance stage of diseases.

      Many studies have been done for medication of cognitive problem in Parkinson’s patients, one approaches called as dopaminergic medications.

      The scientists use following drugs for medications of cognitive:
      - Levodopa
      - Dopamine agonists
      - MAO-B inhibitors

      What are the result?

      Mix. Some said the dopaminergic medications may improve cognitive in term of:
      - working memory
      - alertness
      - can make work planning

      Contrary, other reports shown that dopaminergic medications have no effect, and even negative effect such as make patients to be sleepy, confuse and hallucinations.

      Hope, the research in this field could find breakthrough in coming future

      Relate posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2
      - How to Manage the Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 3
      - Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

      Delete
  22. Gostei de ler toda informação, tenho um tio que sofre de Parkinson, a maior dificuldade dele é andar, de mente ( cérebro) está otimo.
    Tenha uma excelente semana

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  23. You continue to give us an education!

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  24. Tanza, thanks for the visit. I never use to think about these diseases, but as I age they become more prevalent in my age group....Scary.

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