Aging or Parkinson’s? Here are 13 Ways You Can Tell
Who would’ve thought that Parkinson’s disease can cause this common digestive symptom?
Statistically, 25% of people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease are experiencing constipation even before any motor signs such as difficulty walking, posture problems or facial masking.
However, constipation can be caused by a wide range of reasons; if it happens after a Thanksgiving feast, for instance, there’s definitely no need to worry.
However, constant constipation can be the result of an unhealthy lifestyle or a disease which affects the digestive system. Here you can check out 5 serious reasons why you shouldn’t ignore constipation so that you know when to call your doctor and get a checkup.