Signs and symptoms of Parkinson's
The symptoms most often associated with
Parkinson's are tremor (shaking), slowness of movement and
However, there are many other symptoms of Parkinson's, not all
of which affect movement.
The different types of Parkinson's symptoms are often divided
into 2 categories: motor symptoms and non-motor symptoms.
Motor symptoms are related to movement, while non-motor symptoms
include problems such as pain, depression, constipation and
There are no Parkinson's symptoms that specifically affect
people in the advanced stages of Parkinson's. But you may find a
change in how your symptoms affect you, and you may experience new
symptoms. Find out more about symptoms of
For more information see our publications about motor and non-motor symptoms of
Parkinson's or browse the pages below.
In this section
Support for everyone living with Parkinson's
Our UK-wide network of information and
support workers offers one-to-one information and emotional
support to people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.