Keywords parkinson disease communication swallowing dysphagia dysarthria parkinson disease pd is a neurodegenerative disease that that affects 1 to 2 of the worlds population 1 the pathology of pd is extraordinarily complex and the molecular mechanisms leading to the phenotypic expression of pd are not well understood pd . About 75 percent of people with pd experience changes in speech and voice at some time during the course of the disease these changes usually come on gradually and can vary from mild to severe the parkinsons foundation makes life better for people with parkinsons disease by improving care and advancing research toward a cure. People with parkinsons pd may notice changes in or difficulty chewing eating speaking or swallowing these changes can happen at any time but tend to increase as pd progresses just as pd affects movement in other parts of the body it also affects the muscles in the face mouth and throat that are used in speaking and swallowing. Many people with parkinsons disease have a hard time swallowing because they lose control of their mouth and throat muscles as a result chewing and managing solid foods can be difficult if you . Eating swallowing and saliva control pdf 174kb bwyta llyncu a rheolir poer wrth ddioddef o parkinsons pdf 456kb we know lots of people would rather have something in their hands to read rather than look at a screen so you can order printed copies of our information by post phone or email
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