Blood Glucose Levels Appear to Affect Motor Skills and Their Decline

Blood Glucose Levels Appear to Affect Motor Skills and Their Decline

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Blood Glucose Levels Appear to Affect Motor Skills and Their Decline

Abnormal blood sugar (glucose) levels, either lower or higher than the norm, appears to be linked with a faster progression of motor difficulties in people with Parkinson’s disease, research suggests. The brief report on this finding, “Euglycemia Indicates Favorable Motor Outcome in Parkinson’s Disease,” was published in the journal Movement Disorders. Previous research support type 2 diabetes being detrimental to people with Parkinson’s disease. Severe diabetes has been linked with a greater risk of postural instability…

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