Tuesday, October 27, 2020

What is the Motor Symptom of Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 18

Three beautiful flowers, just for illustration


As we know that Parkinson’s is a disease relates to movement disorder, then we call motor symptoms.


There are many motor symptoms, the important most are:

- tremor

- hypokinesia

- rigidity


Parkinson’s patients experience tremor or rhythmic shaking in some part or their body such as:

- legs

- chin

- arms

- hands

- feet


Several plants with flowers


Two kinds of tremors are rest tremors and active tremors:

- Rest tremor refers to shaking of body parts when patients on relaxing mood.

- Active tremor occurs when patients eager to active such as to drink. Water may out of the cup due to hand shaking uncontrollable.


Hypokinesia is conditions where patients face with movements which are:

- reduction

- slowness

- there is no movement at all in some conditions.


Rigidity is stiffness, usually painful in parts of body, include:

- neck

- back muscles

- legs

- arms


We will talk some terms that relate to motor movements and Parkinson’s diseases in the next posting.


Some previous posts:

- Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5.

Can Younger People Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 6

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

- How Odor may Determine Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 8.


Take care, stay healthy and virus free!

26 comments:

  1. ...and I hope that you are staying safe too!

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  2. I love the purple flower.
    Parkinson's is severe, I have a girlfriend who has it.
    Greetings Irma

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  3. I know a person with Parkinson's and there is a certain air of rigidity about him. Nice that you decorate your posts with pretty flowers 🌸

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      What is the Motor Symptom of Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 18
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      Three beautiful flowers, just for illustration

      As we know that Parkinson’s is a disease relates to movement disorder, then we call motor symptoms.

      There are many motor symptoms, the important most are:
      - tremor
      - hypokinesia
      - rigidity

      Parkinson’s patients experience tremor or rhythmic shaking in some part or their body such as:
      - legs
      - chin
      - arms
      - hands
      - feet

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  4. Such pretty flowers. A friend was telling me she thinks her husband might have this, but then the doctor keeps telling her it's not. He has restless leg syndrome and his sister has some disease that is similiar to Parkinson's but it's not. Good information.

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  5. Thanks for passing this information along. Love the flowers!

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      What is the Motor Symptom of Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 18
      -
      Several plants with flowers

      Two kinds of tremors are rest tremors and active tremors:
      - Rest tremor refers to shaking of body parts when patients on relaxing mood.

      - Active tremor occurs when patients eager to active such as to drink. Water may out of the cup due to hand shaking uncontrollable.

      Hypokinesia is conditions where patients face with movements which are:
      - reduction
      - slowness
      - there is no movement at all in some conditions.

      Rigidity is stiffness, usually painful in parts of body, include:
      - neck
      - back muscles
      - legs
      - arms

      We will talk some terms that relate to motor movements and Parkinson’s diseases in the next posting.

      Some previous posts:
      - Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5.

      - Can Younger People Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 6

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

      - How Odor may Determine Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 8.

      Take care, stay healthy and virus free!

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  6. Tanza, I had an uncle who was the CEO of a huge US company. He was really wealthy too... His position and his money weren't much help against Parkinson's and Alzheimer's combined! Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  7. Beautiful flowers. Parkinson's is definitely not good to have. Be safe and well!

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  8. Thank you for all the information you share with us.
    And the reminders to say healthy and safe.

    Have a good rest-of-the-week, Tanza.:)

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      What is the Motor Symptom of Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 18
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      Three beautiful flowers, just for illustration

      As we know that Parkinson’s is a disease relates to movement disorder, then we call motor symptoms.

      There are many motor symptoms, the important most are:
      - tremor
      - hypokinesia
      - rigidity

      Parkinson’s patients experience tremor or rhythmic shaking in some part or their body such as:
      - legs
      - chin
      - arms
      - hands
      - feet

      Delete
  9. Pretty flowers and good information.
    Thanks for sharing, take care and stay safe!

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  10. Buena información dejas siempre. Las flores son preciosas.
    Buen jueves. Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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      What is the Motor Symptom of Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 18
      -
      Several plants with flowers

      Two kinds of tremors are rest tremors and active tremors:
      - Rest tremor refers to shaking of body parts when patients on relaxing mood.

      - Active tremor occurs when patients eager to active such as to drink. Water may out of the cup due to hand shaking uncontrollable.

      Hypokinesia is conditions where patients face with movements which are:
      - reduction
      - slowness
      - there is no movement at all in some conditions.

      Rigidity is stiffness, usually painful in parts of body, include:
      - neck
      - back muscles
      - legs
      - arms

      We will talk some terms that relate to motor movements and Parkinson’s diseases in the next posting.

      Some previous posts:
      - Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5.

      - Can Younger People Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 6

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

      - How Odor may Determine Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 8.

      Take care, stay healthy and virus free!

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  12. lately a healthy lifestyle has really become a human need in the world

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  13. Something which no one wants to have. Take care and stay safe too.

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  14. Grazie, i tuoi post sono sempre molto interessanti!

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  15. What is the Motor Symptom of Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 18

    is there non motor symptom?

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      What is the Motor Symptom of Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 18
      -
      Three beautiful flowers, just for illustration

      As we know that Parkinson’s is a disease relates to movement disorder, then we call motor symptoms.

      There are many motor symptoms, the important most are:
      - tremor
      - hypokinesia
      - rigidity

      Parkinson’s patients experience tremor or rhythmic shaking in some part or their body such as:
      - legs
      - chin
      - arms
      - hands
      - feet

      Delete
  16. Loved the flowers, specially now that winter is coming :)

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  17. Useful info, pretty purple flower ❤

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    1. Thanks-
      What is the Motor Symptom of Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 18
      -
      Several plants with flowers

      Two kinds of tremors are rest tremors and active tremors:
      - Rest tremor refers to shaking of body parts when patients on relaxing mood.

      - Active tremor occurs when patients eager to active such as to drink. Water may out of the cup due to hand shaking uncontrollable.

      Hypokinesia is conditions where patients face with movements which are:
      - reduction
      - slowness
      - there is no movement at all in some conditions.

      Rigidity is stiffness, usually painful in parts of body, include:
      - neck
      - back muscles
      - legs
      - arms

      We will talk some terms that relate to motor movements and Parkinson’s diseases in the next posting.

      Some previous posts:
      - Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5.

      - Can Younger People Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 6

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

      - How Odor may Determine Parkinson Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 8.

      Take care, stay healthy and virus free!

      Delete

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