Possible Causes of Sensory Nerve Damage, Pain in Parkinson’s Identified – Parkinson’s News Today

The levels of two types of fatty molecules — anandamide and glucocerebroside — are significantly altered in people with Parkinson’s disease, and associate with sensory nerve damage and chronic pain, a study reported.

These findings suggest that patients with sensory problems and pain may benefit from available treatments that help to normalize these types of molecules.

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