Parkinson's Disease is a central nervous system disorder. It mainly affects nervous systems. It inhibits the production of dopamine. Symptoms include muscle rigidity, tremors and change in speech. It doesn’t have any cure, only relief can be provided with medications and surgery. Drugs that are used in treatment are levodopa, dopamine agonists (amomorphine, bromocriptine), MAO-B inhibitors and others like amantadine and anticholinergics.
Related Journals of Parkinson's Disease
Pediatric Neurology and Medicine, The Headache Journal, Neuropsychopharmacology & Mental Health, Therapeutic Advances in Neurological Disorders, CNS and Neurological Disorders- Drug Targets, Current Drug Targets: CNS and Neurological Disorders