Thursday, October 15, 2020

May Taste Loss Have Connection to Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 17

A male orange cat, just for illustration

At previous post, we talked about smell lost as one of signs to Parkinson’s Diseases:

Smell Loss may Lead to Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 11


We understand that we have nose, tongue and taste buds to perceive or recognize flavor and taste such as:

- saltiness

- sourness

- bitterness

- sweetness

- savoriness

What happen if we lost our taste? I can not imagine it, but we might feel our foods taste strangely. 


Cat’s eyes, just for illustration

Declining in taste sense is one of important indicators lead to primary symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases.

You may read the following posts to know simple signs and early stages of Parkinson’s diseases:

Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1

What are Early Stages of Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 7

Be careful that loss of taste could be caused by factors such as age. Other factor could be:

- Nasal problems due to common cold and allergies.

- Infections on sinus and tonsils

- Sore throat

These factors may be treated by physicians. Many medicines could treat common cold, allergies and infections on nasal, sinus, tonsil and throat.

Just visit doctors to know whether our sense declining may lead to Parkinson’s or other diseases!

30 comments:

  1. Siempre son interesantes tus publicaciones amigo. Esperemos tener esos síntomas. Muy lindo el gato.
    Buena noche. Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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  2. Tanza, One other illness that leads to a loss of taste is of course, Covid-19! Either way, I'd be very worried if I lost my sense of taste! Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  3. Interesting information.
    Greetings Irma

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      May Taste Loss Have Connection to Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 17
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      A male orange cat, just for illustration
      At previous post, we talked about smell lost as one of signs to Parkinson’s Diseases:
      - Smell Loss may Lead to Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 11

      We understand that we have nose, tongue and taste buds to perceive or recognize flavor and taste such as:
      - saltiness
      - sourness
      - bitterness
      - sweetness
      - savoriness

      What happen if we lost our taste? I can not imagine it, but we might feel our foods taste strangely.

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  4. It would be scary, but doesn't our taste buds decline over time, too. Those who consume tobacco and alcohol lose their senses too. I had heard from a co-worker her husband has restless leg syndrome and now the doctors are saying he might have Parkingson's disease.

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  5. Just one more thing to worry about now. I do worry about my grandmother who has it. Her medications have helped so much but there are side effects too.

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  6. Quite interesting what you wrote and yes, olfactory disorders are often the first symptom of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. I once had a loss of taste was due to an infection of the stomach. and was quite difficult because you don't taste anything. Everything I ate tasted like Peppermint. Really dirty tast was that. Some medications can also cause this and it is advisable to check it out with a doctor.

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  7. Good info to have, thanks for sharing.

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      May Taste Loss Have Connection to Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 17
      -
      Cat’s eyes, just for illustration

      Declining in taste sense is one of important indicators lead to primary symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases.

      You may read the following posts to know simple signs and early stages of Parkinson’s diseases:

      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - What are Early Stages of Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 7

      Be careful that loss of taste could be caused by factors such as age. Other factor could be:
      - Nasal problems due to common cold and allergies.
      - Infections on sinus and tonsils
      - Sore throat

      These factors may be treated by physicians. Many medicines could treat common cold, allergies and infections on nasal, sinus, tonsil and throat.

      Just visit doctors to know whether our sense declining may lead to Parkinson’s or other diseases!

      Delete
  8. Very interesting informations. Beautiful cats😊

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  9. May Taste Loss Have Connection to Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 17

    interesting topic

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  10. We would not be able to enjoy food... not a nice thought.
    I hear that Covid 19 does that to some people, too.

    Stay healthy!

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      May Taste Loss Have Connection to Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 17
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      A male orange cat, just for illustration

      At previous post, we talked about smell lost as one of signs to Parkinson’s Diseases:
      - Smell Loss may Lead to Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 11

      We understand that we have nose, tongue and taste buds to perceive or recognize flavor and taste such as:
      - saltiness
      - sourness
      - bitterness
      - sweetness
      - savoriness

      What happen if we lost our taste? I can not imagine it, but we might feel our foods taste strangely.

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  12. Interesting informations!
    Have agreat week end.

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  13. Loss of taste is now also a symptom of Covid19

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  14. May Taste Loss Have Connection to Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 17

    I am normal

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    1. Thanks-
      May Taste Loss Have Connection to Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 17
      -
      Cat’s eyes, just for illustration

      Declining in taste sense is one of important indicators lead to primary symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases.

      You may read the following posts to know simple signs and early stages of Parkinson’s diseases:

      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - What are Early Stages of Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 7

      Be careful that loss of taste could be caused by factors such as age. Other factor could be:
      - Nasal problems due to common cold and allergies.
      - Infections on sinus and tonsils
      - Sore throat

      These factors may be treated by physicians. Many medicines could treat common cold, allergies and infections on nasal, sinus, tonsil and throat.

      Just visit doctors to know whether our sense declining may lead to Parkinson’s or other diseases!

      Delete
  15. Taste and smell loss is also a sign for Coronavirus !

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  16. Isn't losing sense of taste or smell one of the side effects of Covid-19?

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    1. Thanks-
      May Taste Loss Have Connection to Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 17
      -
      A male orange cat, just for illustration

      At previous post, we talked about smell lost as one of signs to Parkinson’s Diseases:
      - Smell Loss may Lead to Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 11

      We understand that we have nose, tongue and taste buds to perceive or recognize flavor and taste such as:
      - saltiness
      - sourness
      - bitterness
      - sweetness
      - savoriness

      What happen if we lost our taste? I can not imagine it, but we might feel our foods taste strangely.

      Delete
  17. Sempre molto interessante leggerti, grazie!

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  18. It would be scary if we suddenly lose the sense of taste and smell.

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    1. Thanks-
      May Taste Loss Have Connection to Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 17
      -
      Cat’s eyes, just for illustration

      Declining in taste sense is one of important indicators lead to primary symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases.

      You may read the following posts to know simple signs and early stages of Parkinson’s diseases:

      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - What are Early Stages of Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 7

      Be careful that loss of taste could be caused by factors such as age. Other factor could be:
      - Nasal problems due to common cold and allergies.
      - Infections on sinus and tonsils
      - Sore throat

      These factors may be treated by physicians. Many medicines could treat common cold, allergies and infections on nasal, sinus, tonsil and throat.

      Just visit doctors to know whether our sense declining may lead to Parkinson’s or other diseases!

      Delete

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