Which Parkinson's Disease Symptoms Progress the Fastest?

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What we call the mid lying features of Parkinson's, lack of facial expressions, softening of the voice, blurring of the speech, rigidity in the mid lying musculature as opposed to arms and legs and they gain stability without staggering of steps, the tendency to go forward faster and faster and sometimes fall.

That is the type that progresses a little bit more rapidly than the trauma predominant type. Progresses more rapidly in terms of severity of the symptoms and overall deterioration of your motor score.