The Common Symptoms That Might Be Parkinson’s Disease

2. You start sweating excessively at odd times

Businessman sweating in his office

This uncomfortable symptom can be unnerving. | Minerva Studio/iStock/Getty Images

Once your nervous system is affected by Parkinson’s, your body will struggle to regulate basic functions. This can cause changes in your sweat glands, so you may find yourself sweating excessively for no good reason. Also called hyperhidrosis, uncontrollable sweating can be more than embarrassing when combined with other Parkinson’s symptoms.

Next: Don’t worry about this symptom unless it occurs again and again.

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