The medicinal treatments which are recommended during the sufferings of Parkinson’s’ disease include levodopa, pramipexole, etc.
(5th April, 2014, Mumbai.)(PressReleasePoint)
According to the recent reports of the medical analyzers that have explained that people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease are ought to experience inefficiency during mobility which can now be effectively prevented with the help of a novel compound that has been discovered by them.
This compound has been named as 12g & after the conductance of the experiments on the models of mice that have been detected with such forms of disorder. The results that have been depicted from such type of experiments have been progressive & therefore have paved a beneficial way for the purpose of treatment.
Parkinson’s disease is considered as a degenerated disorder that creates a hazardous impact on the stature of the central nervous system.
There are certain essential cells that help for the production of neurotransmitter dopamine & these cells are located in certain regions of the brain which is termed as substantia nigra. These cells wither out with some unknown aspects during the conditions of Parkinson’s disease. With the gradual progression of time, the condition of the people even worsens.
Such compounds have been developed with a motive for the provision of essential treatments which enable control on the symptoms. They mainly function for the elevation of the proportions of dopamine in the regions of the human brain. The medicinal treatments which are recommended during the sufferings of Parkinson’s’ disease include levodopa, pramipexole, etc. which have been prescribed by the medical experts & thus utilized for such treatments. Moreover, the health experts have also recommended for the undergoing of surgical treatments for the stimulation of the brain regions. It is said that 12g leads for the potential boosting of the production of certain proteins which help for safeguarding the stature of neurons & thus recommended for the treatment measures.