Some of the first symptoms people with Parkinson’s may experience are not visible to others. As Parkinson’s progresses, cognitive and other non-motor symptoms continue to be a significant aspect of living with Parkinson’s. Joanne Hamilton, PhD, ABPP-CN, of Advanced Neurobehavioral Health of Southern California in Poway, CA, explains what to expect and how to distinguish symptoms caused by Parkinson’s from those caused by medications. Her presentation for the Davis Phinney Foundation audience offers hope and practical strategies for understanding and managing cognitive and non-motor challenges.
nOH is caused by dysfunction in the autonomic nervous system and causes people to feel faint when they stand or sit up.
Learn practical ways to manage some of the most complicated non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s.
In this video, Dr. Benzi Kluger addresses some common cognitive and non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s, including depression, fatigue, social isolation, and much more. Learn more about these symptoms and how to address them with medicine, behavioral changes and complementary therapies.