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Hearing loss and epilepsy can be early signs of Parkinson’s

Early symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, which paralyzes countless patients around the world, have been revealed. Conditions such as hearing loss and epilepsy could be a precursor to the disease.

A review of patient records in East London reveals this trend. Alistair Noise and his team at Queen Mary University have surveyed people of all races and ages across the UK. Data from all of these individuals were taken from primary care hospitals and details are published in the Journal of the American Medical Association’s Journal of Neurology.

According to Alistair, tremors and tremors in the hands may be the first signs of Parkinson’s that appear five to ten years ago. But by then it is too late. But with symptoms of hearing loss and epilepsy, doctors can detect Parkinson’s much earlier.
From 1990 to 2018, about 10,000 people were studied, with a total of 1,000 people diagnosed with Parkinson’s. In this study, 55% of blacks were from English and 45% from blacks, Asians and other nations or countries. Experts considered a total of 24 symptoms, including hearing loss and epilepsy.

As expected, experts noted constipation, fatigue, lack of sleep, drowsiness, shoulder pain, tremors, tremors and loss of mental capacity in the Parkinson’s group.

Hearing loss and epilepsy were also cited as important factors. However, experts have called for more research.

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