Parkinson's Disease


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1. Drugs to treat Parkinson's disease aim to

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Medications for Parkinson's fall into three groups. The first group includes drugs that increase the level of dopamine in the brain. The second group affects other neurotransmitters in the body in order to ease some of the symptoms of the disease. The third group includes medications that help control non-motor symptoms (those that do not affect movement) of Parkinson's.