Thursday, January 15, 2009

Sideeffects of Levodopa and Dopamine Medication

Side effects are a part of life people with parkinson’s disease when one takes medication .
However, not all individuals react the same to medications and some people experience more side effects than others.
Levodopa and dopamine are the most common medication for people with parkinson’s diseases. They are effective for pakinson’s patients. They are known for it’s ability to reduce tremors and to slowdown the slowness of movement.
The most often experienced sideeffect of levodopa and dopamine are nauses and vomiting. other sideeffect are dizziness and dry mouth
With increased dosages some people suffer moments of confusion, experience hallucinations and in extreme cases, suffer a psychotic episode.

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