Parkinson's disease is a progressive and irreversible chronic disease in the brain. A damage in dopamine-producing nerve cells results in a decrease in dopamine and an increase in acetylcholine. Difficulty in on-demand movements and walking, slowness and opacity, uncontrollable vibrations occur on hand, foot, head and chin.

Decrease in brain function, forgetfulness, depression and aches may occur. Constipation, frequent urination may develop.

Trauma, infection, poisoning, environmental toxins, drugs, genetic factors can cause parkinsonism.

In traditional treatments, drugs are tried to eliminate dopamine deficiency in the brain and reduce the excess of acetylcholine. Medicines do not provide permanent healing. It alleviates the indication as long as it is used.

Ideal treatment is the treatment that removes damage to nerve cells producing dopamine and cleanse accumulated environmental toxins in the brain, resulting in the permanent disappearance of disease symptoms.

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