[Podcast] Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis Part 1

Parkinson's disease psychosis. Dr. Dylan Wint, a black man, sits in front of a blurry office background. He is wearing a white lab coat, a blue button down, a blue bowtie, and black glasses. He smiles with teeth.

Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis Part 1 episode summarY

In this episode, Dr. Dylan Wint, Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Brain Health and a board-certified physician in Neurology, Psychiatry, Behavioral Neurology, and Behavioral Psychiatry, discusses Parkinson’s Disease psychosis.

We talk about:

  • The definition of Parkinson’s disease psychosis (PDP) and what causes it 
  • The difference between complex, simple, insightful, and non-insightful hallucinations 
  • Common types of delusions and hallucinations in Parkinson’s 
  • Risk factors for PDP
  • The relationship between medications and Parkinson’s disease psychosis 
  • The prevalence of Parkinson’s disease psychosis  
  • What to do when someone is experiencing psychosis 
  • Things to help reduce psychotic episodes  
  • When to seek help for psychotic symptoms 

and more! We hope you enjoy!

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