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Anosmia and depression.. Symptoms of the neurological disorder Parkinson's in children

Parkinson's disease is a progressive disorder of the central nervous system characterized by rigidity and difficulty with movement and can appear as early as the age of 30 years and even in children up to six years of age. These symptoms.

In most cases, Parkinson's disease affects people in their sixties, however, it turns out that it can appear as early as the age of 30 and even in children under the age of six years. Parkinson's in juveniles.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, it may be a telltale sign of Parkinson's disease, as you notice that classic symptoms such as stiffness, hunched posture and tremors can begin to appear over time.


loss of sense of smell



Severe weight fluctuations

Excessive salivation


disturbed sleep patterns

Are there any treatment options available for Parkinson's disease?

Parkinson's disease is debilitating and can affect quality of life over time. However, the younger group is more fortunate in terms of management as its progression is slower than for the elderly group of people.

A chronic condition for which there is no cure and experts recommend some non-medical and non-medical ways to manage Parkinson's disease.


light exercise

Diet rich in antioxidants


speech therapy

physical therapy

 Not eating dairy products