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Anti-Parkinsonion

Parkinsonion disorder has an effect on the way you move. It is a health condition which affects the brain nerve cells as these nerve cells are very much helpful in the production of dopamine.

The symptoms of this disorder begin to show slowly and become worse over time. It is estimated that more than 1 million people in the United State are living with this extreme condition.

When this harmful disorder affects an individual, it shows its impact on the neutrons in the area of the brain called substancia nigra. These neurons are responsible for the production of dopamine. Dopamine is a chemical that sends message to the other parts of the brain which regulates movement and coordination. As parkinsonion become worse, decrease in the production of dopamine take place which leads inability of a person to control their coordination and movement of various parts of the body and find trouble in moving the way you want to.

The exert cause of this disorder is not known. But it is believe that aging, abnormal genes and poisons present in the environment can play an important role to cause this disease. The four major symptoms of parkinsonion are tremor that means shaking hands, legs and arms, stiff muscles, slow movement and problem in walking.

Anti-parkinsonion medications are available which are intended to treat and relieve the symptoms of parkinsonion disorder such as Azilect, Mirapex, Requip, Sinemet, Symmetrel, Provigil and Selgin. These medications effectively work by increasing dopamine level in the brain.

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