Parkinson Disease

What is Parkinson’s Disease and How It Develops

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive illness of our nervous system. Normally, the most important symptoms that are seen in this disease-stricken patient are body tremors, stiffness of the joints, sluggishness, and or clumsiness in carrying out normal tasks and movements, including physical balancing and related physical disorders. Parkinson’s disease is a well-known disease and has become quite common around the world. However, some clinical concepts have changed, and favorably, the therapeutic alternatives that are offered today are more promising than ever before.

The risk for this disease increases progressively with age, being more common in the mature age. However, some patients may develop it before they reach their forties, with a certain genetic weakness in their immune systems. There are no differences between men and women when it comes to catching this disease, although some studies have suggested that men may be more susceptible to Parkinson’s disease.

Medical Reasoning for Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is multifactorial as various causes eventually affect a significant reduction in the neurotransmitters of our brain chemicals like dopamine. Based on this degeneration of the neurons that produce chemicals in the brain, the changes in a patient’s physical conditions are visible. Among the possible causes that may motivate the death of dopamine-producing neurons, many possibilities have been considered that might range from genetic factors, viral infections, environmental toxins, or endogenic contaminants, all could contribute to this process. There are numerous studies in this regard focused on treatments that somehow protect and restore these neurons against their destruction as a therapeutic alternative.

Since Parkinson’s Disease is slow and a progressive neurological illness, it is often identified when the damage has been done significantly. The loss of neurons and other related cells is extensive. In such situations, the treatment of the disease gets more problematic. As the condition is becoming common and the number of patients increasing with time, innovative medical procedures were necessary to treat this chronic disease in the best possible approach.

Stem Cell Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease

There is a steady increase in the occurrence of neurodegenerative illnesses which has become a key social problem as well. The perfect way to fight these diseases would be to know the causes that produce them in the first place and to have biomarkers that will help the doctors identify the disease in its early stages making sure the treatment is more productive as well. Regrettably, the diagnosis of such slow diseases is visible in their advanced stages of the pathology, when a lot of neurons have already been lost. In this sense, stem cell treatment for Parkinson’s disease is a promising innovation in the medical sciences and mainstream healthcare services.

Regenerative medical treatments are the natural way to facilitate and support the natural healing system of the body. This means that the whole intervention process of this treatment practice is minimally invasive and there are fewer chances of any repercussion to the patient. The concept of stem cell treatment for Parkinson’s disease is to offer the patient maximum utility with minimum pain and post-treatment issues like long recovery times.

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