Non-motor symptoms

  • Changes in mood, especially depression
  • Sleep disorders
  • Changes in thinking
  • Problems with low blood pressure, bowel, bladder and sweating
  • Skin changes

It is important to know that not all of these symptoms must be present for a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. Younger people may only notice two or three of these, especially in the early stages of the disease. If you suspect PD, see a neurologist or movement disorders specialist.