Monthly Archives: December 2011

Causes Of Parkinson’s Disease

As the studies have shown, Parkinson’s disease is caused by a lack of so called neurotransmitter dopamine (brain chemical), which controls movements and muscle activity of a person. Therefore, the main reason of developing of Parkinson’s disease in human body is considered a loss of specific brain cells, which can produce such neurotransmitter and support

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a disorder of central nervous system. This disease has neurodegenerative character and involves biochemical collapse of the dopamine-producing neurons in the area of basal ganglia in the brain. This process causes progressive movement disorder and damages functioning of extrapyramidal system of human body, where the connection between muscles and neurons of the