In Parkinson’s disease many of these highly specialized cells die and the loss of Dopamine manifests itself in the form of tremor, rigidity of movement, slowness of gait and cognitive decline. Plus, thirty percent of people with Parkinson’s disease develop dementia. It is the second most common neurodegenerative disease in Australia and remains one of the most poorly understood.
So where does Vitamin D fit in with Parkinson’s disease? Click link to read more