THE CAUSE OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE
Parkinson's disease is a brain disease that occurs when aging, and causes mental and behavioral complications. The individual who suffer from this condition tends to be unbalance, incoordination, and has difficulty memorizing. The major cause of Parkinson's disease is when the nerve cell in the brain dies or starts to lack. As a result the loss of norepinephrine occurs.
In Parkinson's disease, some of the genes that are linked to this disease are SNCA, PARK2, PARK7, and PINK1. This such any important condition because it can affects both females and males. Unfortunately, there is no medical examination for detecting this condition.