Sweating without any obvious cause is one of the most common signs of heralding Parkinson’s disease. Express writes about this concerning the American Association of Parkinson’s Disease.
Symptoms, the newspaper notes, usually develop gradually and seem minor.
Excessive sweating, according to experts, mainly affects the upper half of the body. If you find this symptom in yourself, you should consult a doctor, the publication summarizes.
Parkinson’s disease is a slowly progressive degenerative disease of the central nervous system, the main manifestations of which are movement disorders such as hypokinesia, muscle stiffness, resting tremor, and postural disorders.