Restless Leg

RESTLESS LEG SYNDROME

Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) is very common for people with Parkinson’s (although it also affects people who don’t have Parkinson’s), and is seen in approximately 10 % of the population and many are not aware that they have it.

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Constipation

FECAL INCONTINENCE AND CONSTIPATION

Fecal incontinence is an embarrassing condition: it is the leakage of stool at inappropriate times and in inappropriate places! It may seem surprising, but many incontinent individuals are actually severely constipated: stool is lodged in the rectum, and there is seepage of fecal matter around the stool and out the anus.

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Atypical Parkinsonisms

Atypical Parkinsonisms

Parkinson-plus disorders, also known as Atypical Parkinsonisms, are a group of diseases linked to a lack of dopamine in the brain.

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Q&A with Dr Rachel Lin

Q & A with Dr. Rachel Lin, Optometrist

You should definitely visit an optometrist as soon as possible and have your eyes examined.

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7 Top Tips on Managing Urinary Incontinence

7 Top Tips to Help Manage Urinary Incontinence

There are certainly some simple life style changes and tips that can make your bladder problems improve. However, it is definitely recommended that you seek medical attention as there are specialists such as physiotherapists and specialist nurses that can alleviate your problem with holistic, conservative approaches and exercises. Your family doctor may be able to suggest some medicine that can help your bladder problem and for certain problems, even surgeries. Always start with the most conservative treatment as these alone are often very successful.

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