But overlapping common disease.

Clinicians should assess sleep-wake disturbances to understand physiology of Parkinson’s disease Nearly three-quarters of patients with Parkinson’s disease experience fatigue or excessive daytime sleepiness , but clinicians should assess both problems separately in order to improve the profession’s knowledge of their unique, but overlapping, physiology common disease . That is the key finding of a study published in the December issue of the European Journal of Neurology. Researchers from the University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland, studied 88 outpatients with Parkinson’s. They found that 72 percent suffered from fatigue or EDS, with under half of these experiencing both just. Sleep-wake disturbances such as fatigue and EDS are essential non-motor features of Parkinson’s says co-author Dr Christian Baumann.

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