Many people with mid-stage to advanced PD experience “freezing.” Freezing is the the person to move may cause the person with Parkinson's disease to lose.
Terry Ellis, PhD, PT, NCS, Director Tami DeAngelis, PT, GCS, Coordinator About one third of people with Parkinson's disease experience freezing episodes.
Freezing can be a common symptom of Parkinson's. People describe it as feeling like their feet are 'glued' to the ground. If you experience freezing you may.
Whatever the cause, not everyone with Parkinson's will experience freezing and it is impossible to accurately predict those who will. Freezing seems to be more.
In Parkinson's, there are reduced levels of dopamine. For this reason While the cause of freezing is unknown, it can be linked to the medication cycle. It occurs.
A common symptom experienced by people with Parkinson's disease (PD) is “ freezing”: a sudden, but temporary, inability to move. It can happen at any time.