Parkinson's disease: an overview and more

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter, that is, a special substance that transfers chemical messages from one neuron (brain or neuron) to another. Dopamine has a profound effect on the movement of your body. In Parkinson's disease, dopamine-producing cells die, resulting in a dopamine deficiency. This leads to symptoms such as tremors, imbalance, and slow motion.

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