In this episode, Dr. Lucy Norcliffe-Kaufmann, an expert in autonomic dysfunction in Parkinson’s speaks to the numerous aspects of Parkinson’s symptoms of the autonomic system, including an inability to sweat, dry eyes, constipation, sexual dysfunction, issues in blood pressure, drooling, and more. She explains why these symptoms occur and what you can do to manage them to live better with Parkinson’s.
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- Examples of Arm Blood Pressure Cuffs (*Note: The Davis Phinney Foundation does not endorse any specific product)
- More About Lucy Norcliffe-Kaufmann
- Watch more videos from the Victory Summit Event® – Autonomic Symptoms: The Parkinson’s You Don’t See
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- How My Daughter Helped Me Identify nOH Symptoms
- Steps to Manage Neurogenic Orthostatic Hypotension
More about Constipation
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