Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative neurological ailment that worsens over time and is driven by the loss of brain cells that synthesize a chemical, dopamine, which suffers from a sharp decline from normal levels after such cell reduction. These brain cells are responsible for regulating movement and coordination in a person. This means the deterioration in dopamine-generating brain cells results in movement-related issues.


Parkinson’s disease physical symptoms include abnormal and involuntary physical movements like tremors and shivering, rigidity, muscle stiffness, slower movements, etc. Some of the psychological symptoms include anxiety, low self-esteem, sadness, depression, memory loss, difficulty organizing and planning, and for some people, dementia. These symptoms not only affect a person’s ability to manage everyday activities but also impacts his/her mental health.

At Real Care Health Services, we provide extremely qualified carers, who receive thorough training in Parkinson’s disease and its progression. They will strive hard to help you with medical care needs for this disease as well as concentrate on supporting you with psychological and emotional requirements. Moreover, through gentle prodding and considerate assistance, they will be constantly vigilant in fostering your self-esteem and a positive environment..
According to the varying tendency of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, our carers will employ a dynamic approach to take care of you. They are experts in medication administration which will allow you to keep track of your complicated drug schedule and have your symptoms handled at the right time. In addition to advising and helping you to complete your exercise regimen while collaborating with your physiotherapist, our carers will actively engage in assisting you to maintain a healthy and balanced diet.