Parkinson’s disease

The Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder that is caused due to neuron damage and drop in dopamine levels. Its symptoms include a trembling limbs, slow movements, stiff muscles, involuntary actions and loss of balance. The elderly around the age of 60 is the most vulnerable to this ailment.

Researchers have recently developed a new gel that can be used along with the drug levodopa for improving the efficiency of treatment for patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease. It has help improve the efficacy of levodopa drug, which provides necessary dopamine for brain, by delivering it directly to the brain via blood.

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