Shaking palsy (Parkinson's disease)

Shaking palsy (synonym Parkinson's disease is a chronic progressive disease of the Central nervous system with a primary lesion of the basal ganglia of the brain, characterized by rhythmic shaking limbs, gradual development of common constraints and slow movement. The development of Parkinson's disease contribute to metabolic and endocrine disorders that appear in elderly and senile age.
The disease begins at the age of 40-60 years with a non-regular miscoupling rhythmic shake of the hand. After a few weeks, months, years less jitter extended to the whole hand or other extremities, head, jaw, tongue. Shaking fingers resemble the movement of the toes when the rolling pills. In a dream and active movements shaking stops, significantly enhanced by emotional stress. Appear stiffness and slowness of active movement. These symptoms gradually increase, lost expressiveness of movements, observed depletion of facial expressions, sometimes frozen sight, speech difficulties. Changes the position of the patient, the head and torso leaning forward, hands bent and brought to the side surfaces of the body. During passive movements of the limbs revealed increased muscle tone. Altered gait, step short, shuffling, hands do not participate in friendly movements while walking. A patient finds it difficult to start the first movement, then progresses step it faster and sometimes goes into running, thus it is difficult for him to stop. Speech of the patient, quiet, monotonous. Handwriting is small. Patients retain the possibility to work with the right employment.
Treatment of symptomatic drugs holinoliticski action (tropatsin, Artan, parkopan, cyclodol, remarkin); vitamin B6 and others, therapeutic exercise, coniferous baths, in testimony to the surgery (destruction of pale ball or its connections with the visual hill).