Parkinson's Disease


Introduction

Parkinson's disease is a disease that takes control over one's body and one will feel off balance. They might feel like an outcast and not part of the group and find it hard to see the light in the darkness as not all Parkinson holders have the same symptoms we wanted to create a comfortable environment where I would make use of Crowdfunding to make this possible. Where I would get my funding's'n I Founded out the case of the problem'n How I helped towards Parkinson's disease patients'n

Background

It describes the different type of areas one could use for crowdfunding to help you with your own business Like Kickstarter: This one is so popular, it's entered our everyday language. Kickstarter is geared more toward creative projects like a new album or writing a book, as well as products and inventions like a personal single-wheel vehicle or a pocket-sized solar charger. Indiegogo: I'm more familiar with this crowdfunding platform, having used it to help a friend get funding for his nonprofit organization. Patreon: Unlike all the other platforms in this list, which are all one-time donation sites, Patreon is a monthly subscription platform where supporters and donors provide regular monthly contributions, rather than one bulk payment. GoFundMe: the "Hey, can I borrow 50 bucks" of crowdfunding platforms. I see it used mostly for personal emergencies, but it can be used for any number of short-term personal projects It gives a description about crowdfunding in general like how to start a Funding unit one should give a reason for your funding and sign up at one of the above sites (Deckers, 2018).

Problem

The different type of Parkinson symptoms one could have in South Africa as the most often because it divers from person to person from the hands, legs, arms, neck or half the body itself and sometimes even verbally

Solution

Causes & Statistics: Parkinson's disease (PD) is an extremely diverse disorder. The main finding in brains of people with PD is loss of dopaminergic neurons in the area of the brain known as the substantia nigra. Treatment: Treatments include medication and surgical therapy. Other treatments include lifestyle modifications, like getting more rest and exercise. Diagnosis: Tremor, mainly at rest and described as pill rolling tremor in hands. Other forms of tremor are possible Slowness of movements (bradykinesia) Limb rigidity Gait and balance problems Symptoms: It generally, develop slowly over years. The progression of symptoms is often a bit different from one person to another due to the diversity of the disease (Foundation, 2018).


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