Parkinson's disease is a bit more damaging to the brain, according to the NHS. Nerve cells cause a specific part of the brain to lose. Nerve cells are used to send messages between the brain and the nervous system. Symptoms of Parkinson's disease develop slowly and only appear earlier mild. The brain condition may be in danger if you spend less than three chairs in a single week, it has been claimed.
Patients with Parkinson's disease often develop constipation, as their condition is complicated, said Better Health Channel (Victoria Government, Australia).
Parkinson's disease can swallow dopamine, which controls muscle movement through the body, he said.
The condition may be in danger if you spend less than or equal to one person a week – or you do not pass a chair.
"Constipation is a common complication of Parkinson's disease, but lifestyle modifications are managed, such as adding additional fiber to your diet or medical treatment," said the doctor's website.
"People with Parkinson's Disease see the difficulties of constipation, such as trembling or stiffness, before noticing symptoms.
"Drying symptoms are dry and hard drying [poo] and the difficulty of moving, [and having] Monthly less than three months a week [on average].
"Parkinson's disease is a way to increase the risk of constipation, such as unusual bowel movements.
"The intestinal muscles can be weak and can not contract, or clutter instead of trying to overcome the costume."
At the same time, constipation may be compromised, so Parkinson's disease, if you often feel it, can be used to tighten the toilet during use, he said.
Some people feel that the intestines are never empty after a stomach.
To the left untreated, constipation can cause colon incontinence, nausea, and even urinary tract infections.
Parkinson's disease can cause more loss of urine than normal passage and smell.
Symptoms of Parkinson's disease are more frequent in vibration, drowsiness of the movement and muscle stiffness.
If you are concerned about signs and symptoms of Parkinson's disease to a GP, said the NHS.
You have been asked for symptoms with Parkinson's disease, and you can try tests for tests.
There are about 127,000 people in the United Kingdom about Parkinson's disease, about 500 people.