Effect of Levodopa Drug on Parkinson's Disease | Abstract

Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology

ISSN - 2155-9562



Effect of Levodopa Drug on Parkinson's Disease

Martina Zilli*

Parkinson's Disease is neurological movement disorder that prompts shaking, solidness, and trouble with strolling, equilibrium, and coordination. This disease can affect your capacity to control development. The infection typically begins gradually and deteriorates over the long haul.

The reason for PD is obscure, with both acquired and ecological variables accepted to assume a part. Those with an impacted relative are at an expanded danger of getting the infection, with specific qualities known to be inheritable danger factors. Other danger factors are the individuals who have been presented to specific pesticides and who have earlier head wounds. Espresso consumers, tea consumers, and tobacco smokers are at a diminished danger.