Virtual Conference

Track: Parkinson Disease Dementia

Parkinson Disease Dementia


Parkinson disease is a movement disorder which is a chronic and progressive over time. This disease occurs as result of decreased dopamine production in brain as dopamine’s responsible to coordinate muscle movements. Low dopamine results in tremors, stiff walking, trouble in maintaining balance which are the symptoms of Parkinson disease along with it leads to depression, dementia, hallucinations and gastrointestinal problems. About 80% of the people with Parkinson disease has develop dementia. The common type of dementia associated with Parkinson’s is LBD. Reason for the development of dementia in Parkinson patient is not completely known.