Anxiety May Be Unique for Each Patient

Anxiety May Be Unique for Each Patient

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Anxiety May Be Unique for Each Patient

Anxiety appears to worsen the physical and cognitive symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, despite the various ways that individuals experience it, according to a recent study. Researchers and healthcare professionals, the study concluded, should take these personal experiences into account when crafting both individual therapies and future research. The study, “What is the lived experience of anxiety for people with Parkinson’s? A phenomenological study,” was published in the journal PLoS One. People with Parkinson’s frequently experience stress…

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