Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological disease that affects movements, such as walking and writing. Around four million people have Parkinson’s disease. It is usually seen in people over the age of 50, but people under the age of 40 can also develop the disease.
Wearing-off is a term that refers to a fluctuation in the symptoms of a person suffering from Parkinson’s disease. The patient’s symptoms fluctuate depending on the effects of the medication and the symptoms of the disease.