Muscle stiffness. In a normal healthy status, the muscles must contract on movements and ease off at resting position. But patients who are suffering from Parkinson’s disease can feel a reduction of moving skills because their muscles become rigid. The occurrence of muscle rigidity can happen on any part of patient’s body. Such stiffness may restrict your movements and bring the pain.
Loss of sense of smell. This one is often earliest symptom of Parkinson’s disease. A person starts to notice that he or she can not feel many smells like their favorite perfume, foods. The patient is limited to smell different odors and flavors. If you loosed a possibility to nose for an extended period, attempt to visit your doctor as soon as possible.