Parkinson’s disease, also known as tremor paralysis, is a severe and progressive disease of the Central nervous system. It is a disease of the nervous system, in which neurons are gradually destroyed, producing one of the most important neurotransmitters — dopamine.
Because of this, the regulation of movements and muscle tone is violated, which is manifested by a characteristic tremor (tremor), General stiffness and violation of posture and movements.
The causes of Parkinson's syndrome
Aging of the nervous system
The cause of the disease is a violation of the production of dopamine-one of the neurotransmitters (substances that serve to transmit impulses in the brain). This leads to a violation of the functions of cells in the brain, responsible for human movement.
Like hypertension and coronary heart disease, Parkinson’s disease is dominated by genetic susceptible genes. Predisposition to this disease can be inherited.
Manganese poisoning, carbon monoxide poisoning, fenotiazina, butylbenzaldehyde drugs can cause the symptoms of Parkinson’s.
Traditional treatment of Parkinson's syndrome
Current treatments mostly improve symptoms, but still can not prevent the progression of the disease.
Drugs with the active substance levodopa-one of the most effective drugs to combat Parkinson’s disease, but they should be used depending on the age of the patient, the nature of the work, the type of disease and other factors.
Surgical treatment can only alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, and the disease itself will gradually progress over time.
Muscle massage can soften stiff muscles, eliminate muscle spasms and make the condition more comfortable. Massage also helps to improve joint movement, making muscles softer and dispersing lymphatic circulation.
Treatment of Parkinson's disease by stem cells
Parkinson’s stem cell therapy is a closer to human treatment that radically corrects pathological changes in brain pathology and improves physical shape and health.
Stem cells can migrate and differentiate into the dopaminergic neurons in the grounds
Chemokines attract nerve stem cells to the damaged area, which increases local permeability. Under the influence of various adhesion molecules, neural stem cells can penetrate the blood-brain barrier, and the high concentration of aggregates can fully play a role in the site of damage.
It can excrete various neurotrophic factors, promote the repair of damaged cells, improve communication between synapses and establish a new neural circuit.