Stress and lifestyle are largely contributing to the rise of the neurodegenerative Parkinson’s disease in young adults. City doctors say cases are on the rise, though the disease is mostly seen in elderly aged above 50.
6.5 million adults suffer from it
Parkinson’s disease, a condition known to have affected more than 6.5 million adults worldwide requires maximum attention today. With the number of patients increasing every year the cause of the disease remains unknown. The condition usually stands out for its motor symptoms, which include tremors, rigidity in the limbs, impaired balance, and a lack of control over movements.