Parkinson's Disease is a central nervous system disorder that causes difficulty in movement, and also causes frequent tremors. It primarily occurs when our nerve cells positioned at the brain gets damaged. The loss of nerve cell creates a plunge in the dopamine levels which then results as Parkinson's Disease.

Types of Parkinson's Disease

Drug-Induced: Excessive intake of steroid based drugs or intake of medications without prior permission of doctor results in this form of Parkinson's Disorder.

Striatonigral Degeneration: It progresses at an increasing pace in the affected patients body and causes a lot of other physical complications.

Arteriosclerotic: It is a condition that occurs when the brain's blood vessels are broken because of multiple mild stroke attacks.