Parkinson’s is a disorder affecting nerve cells in the part of the brain controlling muscle movement as the result of dopamine production. By the time Parkinson’s is diagnosed, people have already lost 60 to 70 percent of the dopamine-producing cells. It is rare in people younger than forty. Having difficulty in such things as dressing, shaving, bathing, writing, getting in and out of the car, and even eating are results of this condition. As Alzheimer’s destroys the mind, leaving the body intact and functioning, Parkinson’s destroys the body’s ability to function, taking away the physical abilities necessary to daily life, while leaving the mind a prisoner inside the body. Different mutations in single gene suggest Parkinson’s is primarily an inherited genetic condition. Since the late 1980s, many studies have shown over and over again that a common thread among those who suffer from Parkinson’s is a history of exposure to insecticides and herbicides.


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