Fast Five Quiz: Parkinson's Disease Nonmotor Symptoms

Jasvinder P. Chawla, MD, MBA


February 25, 2021

Nonmotor symptom fluctuations tend to appear during motor "off" periods and frequently correlate with motor fluctuations in Parkinson's disease. In a study, anxiety, drenching sweats, slowness of thinking, fatigue, and akathisia were the most frequently reported nonmotor symptom fluctuations; pain has also been commonly reported. Nonmotor fluctuations have been reported to be both frequent and disabling.

Learn more about the nonmotor symptoms of Parkinson's disease.

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