A-Z Parkinson's: P
Pain-Parky, Parkie-Psychosis-Pin Rolling-Power Nap-Postural Instability
Severe discomfort of a physical such as occurs when accidentally whacking one’s thumb with a hammer or may be purely mental, caused by the good fortune of another.
A persistent companion.
Cute inclusive names we give ourselves to indicate we are part of an exclusive club. Despite already being part of an exclusive club: People with Parkinson’s Disease.
Psychosis is common in Parkinson's disease. The symptoms range from minor illusions, vivid dreams, and occasional, non-disturbing visual hallucinations to frank psychosis.
Largely indistinguishable from most normal life.
The motion made by the finger when suffering from a PD-induced tremor.
The inability to maintain equilibrium under dynamic and static conditions such as preparation of movements, perturbations, and quiet stance.
Frequently results in the face on the floor.
A snooze in the middle of the day whereby you awake disorientated and foggy. You are left as ineffective as you were pre-nap.