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Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Parkinson’s Victoria website provides information and resources to people with Parkinson’s, their family,carers and health professionals.

  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/i-am/recently-diagnosed/ Recently Diagnosed :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Individual reactions to being diagnosed with Parkinson’s are as varied as the symptoms of the condition. Whatever the reaction, no one has to face Parkinson’s alone, we are in this together.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/i-am/living-with-parkinsons/ Living with Parkinson’s :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Once you have overcome your initial reaction to diagnosis, there can be various challenges throughout the journey with Parkinson’s. However most people diagnosed with Parkinson’s continue to live long and rewarding lives, even as the condition progresses.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/i-am/young-with-parkinsons/ Young with Parkinson’s :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - A common misconception about Parkinson’s is that it only affects older people. Although the average age of onset is 65, Parkinson’s can affect adults of any age. It is estimated that 1 in 5 people living with Parkinson’s are of working age. This is known as Young Onset Parkinson’s
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/i-am/other/ Living with PSP, CBS or MSA :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - There are a number of conditions which look like Parkinson’s at first, but progress differently, and are actually a separate condition altogether.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/i-am/caring-for-someone/ Caring for Someone :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - The impact of Parkinson’s goes beyond the person who has been diagnosed with the condition. Partners, family members and friends of the person who has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s will be well aware of how challenging the condition can be for them and those closest to them.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/i-am/a-health-professional/ A Health Professional :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - The wide spectrum of symptoms associated with Parkinson’s means that health professionals from various disciplines play an important role in the management of Parkinson’s. Understanding the condition will help you to deliver the best possible care to your client living with Parkinson’s.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/what-is-parkinsons/ What is Parkinson’s? :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition that affects people from all walks of life. It is quite common, with approximately 80,000 Australians, including 27,000 Victorians living with Parkinson’s.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/what-causes-parkinsons/ What Causes Parkinson’s? :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Currently there is no known cause of Parkinson’s or understanding of why some people develop Parkinson’s and not others. This is the reason Parkinson’s is often referred to as “Idiopathic (or typical) Parkinson’s”.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/how-does-parkinsons-progress/ How Does Parkinson’s Progress? :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Parkinson’s is a chronic and slowly progressive disorder. This means that symptoms normally appear slowly and develop gradually over time. The stage at which symptoms appear, speed at which they progress and the severity of those symptoms will vary from person to person. The most important point is that Parkinson’s affects everyone differently.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/young-onset-parkinsons/ Young Onset Parkinson’s :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - A common misconception about Parkinson’s is that it only affects older people. Although the average age of onset is 65, Parkinson’s can affect adults of any age. It is estimated that 1 in 5 people living with Parkinson’s are of working age. This is known as Young Onset Parkinson’s.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/symptoms/ Symptoms Overview :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition, which is characterised by both motor (movement) and non-motor symptoms. A full list of symptoms is explained here.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/anxiety-depression-and-emotional-changes/ Anxiety, Depression and Emotional Changes :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Although Parkinson’s is classified as a movement disorder, it can affect people in different ways. Sometimes the emotional changes can be more troublesome than the motor changes, and can have a bigger impact on the day-to-day life of someone living with Parkinson’s.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/bladder-and-constipation-problems/ Bladder and Constipation Problems :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Parkinson’s commonly leads to problems with constipation and bladder control, including urinary urgency, frequency, retention and nocturia.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/low-blood-pressure/ Low Blood Pressure :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Many people with mid and late-stage Parkinson’s experience low blood pressure, known as hypotension. This can be a symptom of Parkinson’s, it can be a side effect of the medications used to treat Parkinson’s, or it may be connected to another health condition.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/bradykinesia-and-rigidity/ Bradykinesia and rigidity :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Slowness of movement (bradykinesia) and muscle stiffness (rigidity) are both typical motor symptoms of Parkinson’s.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/impulsive-and-compulsive-behaviours/ Impulsive and Compulsive Behaviours :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Impulsive and compulsive behaviors are possible side effects of some Parkinson’s medications. Only a small number of people experience these behaviours, but it can have a significant impact on the person affected and those around them.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/dementia-and-cognitive-change/ Dementia and cognitive change :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Cognition or cognitive function is a term used to describe the thought processes of your brain.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/eating-swallowing-and-saliva-management/ Eating, Swallowing and Saliva Management :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Some people with Parkinson’s may find they have difficulties with eating, swallowing and saliva control at some stage of their journey with Parkinson’s.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/fatigue-sleep-difficulties-and-restless-legs/ Fatigue, Sleep Difficulties and Restless Legs :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Although Parkinson’s is classified as a movement disorder, it can affect people in various different ways. Sometimes the non-movement symptoms can be more troublesome and can have a bigger impact on the daily life of someone living with Parkinson’s.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/hallucinations-and-delusions/ Hallucinations and Delusions :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Some people who have had Parkinson’s for a long time may experience hallucinations and/or delusions. Often hallucinations and delusions are a side effect of medication and changes in medications can be made by your GP or specialist.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/pain-management/ Pain Management :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Most poeple living with Parkinson’s will experience pain at some point as the condition progresses. However, pain affects each person differently. It may present as a feeling of tingling, numbness, stiffness or aching. Pain can be a major issue for some people, but a relatively minor issue for others.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/skin-scalp-and-sweating/ Skin, Scalp and Sweating :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - People with Parkinson’s sometimes have problems with their skin and scalp and how much or how little they sweat. Some people may only have minor issues, while others may have more severe problems that can affect daily life and cause them discomfort or embarrassment.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/smell-and-vision/ Smell and Vision Difficulties :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - For some people, the effects of Parkinson's may result in a loss of smell and have an impact on their vision.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/speech-and-communication/ Speech and Communication :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Communicating with others is something that many people take for granted. However, Parkinson’s can cause difficulties with communication which might impact on various parts of your life.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/tremor/ Tremor :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - A tremor is a rhythmical, involuntary movement that affects a part of the body, for example the hand. Tremor is a well-known motor symptom of Parkinson’s, but not everybody with Parkinson’s will develop a tremor. A tremor can also be a symptom of conditions other than Parkinson’s.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/walking-freezing-and-falling/ Walking, Freezing and Falling :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - The dopamine in your brain is heavily involved in controlling the movement of your body. In Parkinson’s, there are reduced levels of dopamine. For this reason the most obvious changes related to Parkinson’s are normally those that affect your movement, including walking, falling and freezing.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/treatments-and-professional-support/ Treatments and Professional Support :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - While there is currently not a cure for Parkinson's, there are a range of treatments that can help to manage the day-to-day symptoms.
  • http://www.parkinsonsvic.org.au/parkinsons-and-you/medications/ Medications :: Parkinson’s Victoria – We’re in this together - Medication is the main method used to control the symptoms of Parkinson’s. Parkinson’s symptoms happen when levels of a chemical messenger in the brain, called dopamine, become too low.

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