Other symptoms of Parkinson’s disease
In addition to physical symptoms, Parkinson’s can also cause a range of mental symptoms.
According to the NHS, cognitive and psychiatric symptoms include:
Depression and anxiety
Mild cognitive impairment – slight memory problems and problems with activities that require planning and organisation
Dementia – a group of symptoms, including more severe memory problems, personality changes, seeing things that are not there (visual hallucinations) and believing things that are not true (delusions).
Source:Daily Express :: Health Feed