The Common Symptoms That Might Be Parkinson’s Disease

3. Excessive sweating

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This uncomfortable symptom can be unnerving. | Minerva Studio/iStock/Getty Images
  • What’s normal: You perspire when you experience changes in body temperature, the outside temperature, or emotional state.

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.

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