Following the changes
Parkinson's disease is widely recognized but poorly understood by most people. It seems to be a bad disease, but then many people who have it can appear to be doing fairly well.
It's true that people diagnosed with Parkinson's disease — most of whom are 60 or older — typically have many more active and productive years of life ahead of them. Drug treatment aimed at managing the better-known signs and symptoms such as tremor and difficulty with movement is often very effective for years.