Impotency is an Early Parkinson’s Sign?

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The result of a research done in United States shown that impotency problem may increase the risk of Parkinson’s disease by almost four times.

According to the report, Erectile Function and Risk of Parkinson’s Disease, which was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, this connection is made as an outcome of the study to the autonomic nervous system which controls the body function such as heartbeat and digestion. This nervous system also controls the penis erectile function have been seen to be affected in Parkinson’s patients and impotence patients.

The issue which being prompted by the group of researchers now is if the impotence problem could becomes an early marker to Parkinson’s disease.

With age factor, smoking, caffeine diet and diabetes have been calculated for this impotence problem, this shows brain damage possibility resulting from Parkinson’s disease has began earlier before showing any clinical symptoms.

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