Risk factors for Parkinsons disease

A risk factor is something which increases the risk of developing a condition or disease. The risk factors of Parkinson Disease are Age, Gender, Genetics, Toxin exposure, some medications and Area of residence.

Age Where Young adults rarely experience the Parkinson's disease. It begins in middle or late life.  The People usually develop the disease around age 60 or older. Heredity occurs when a close relative (mother, father, brother, sister) with Parkinson's disease which may slightly increases the chances of develop the disease. When compared to others. Men are more likely to develop Parkinson's disease than the women. Even Exposure to toxins such as herbicides and pesticides may slightly increase risk of Parkinson's disease.

Risk factors for Parkinson's disease are hard to identify, because the cause of the disease is unknown. Advancing age is the only known risk factor for typical Parkinson's disease. A very small number of people with Parkinson's have a close relative who also has the disease. Young adults rarely experience Parkinson's disease. It ordinarily begins in middle or late life, and the risk increases with age. People usually develop the disease around age 60 or older and Men are more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease than are women. Ongoing exposure to herbicides and pesticides may put you at a slightly increased risk of Parkinson's disease.

  • Heredity
  • Exposure to toxins
  • Declining oestrogen levels
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Head Trauma
  • Comorbid problems associated with Parkinson disease
  • Gene environmental interactions in neurodegenerative diseases, Clinical association and mechanisms
  • Epidemiological evidence linking environmental and lifestyle risk factors in Parkinsons disease
  • Late-breaking clinical trials and clinical science in Parkinsons disease

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