Researchers Find Connection Between Parkinson’s Disease, Rosacea


NOT CHANGE IF HORMONAL CONTRACEPTIVES SHOULD BE PRESCRIBED, BUT THE LINK IS SOMETHING DOCTORS AND PATIENTS SHOULD BE AWARE OF. ON THE SERVICE ROSACEA AND PARKINSON’S DISEASE MAY NOT SEEM TO HAVE MUCH IN COMMON, BUT RESEARCHERS HAVE FOUND A SURPRISING CONNECTION. REPORTER: THE UNEXPECTED LINK BETWEEN A COMMON SKIN CONDITION AND A DEGENERATIVE BRAIN DISEASE. THE NUMBERS COME FROM A STUDY IN DENMARK OF ITS ENTIRE ADULT POPULATION FROM 1997 UNTIL 2011 AND IS A BIT SURPRISING. PARKING SAYS DISEASE IS A MOVEMENT DISORDER DUE TO THE LACK OF CERTAIN BRAIN CHEMICALS. PEOPLE HAVE STIFFNESS, SLOWNESS, AND TREMORS. THE COMMON FACTOR IS INFLAMMATION. IT IS ALWAYS UNDERSTOOD THAT ROSACEA WAS TOO MUCH INFORMATION. THE ISSUE OF PARKINSON’S HAS BEEN UNDERSTOOD RECENTLY. REPORTER: THESE MMPS ARE IMPORTANT TO CELLS MULTIPLYING AND BREAKING DOWN. IF THE ACTION COULD SOMEHOW BE CHANGED THIS COULD PRESENT NEW TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR ROSACEA AND PARKINSON’S. CURRENT MEDICATIONS FOCUS ON DOPAMINE. EITHER TRYING TO GET MORE DOPAMINE INTO THE BRAIN OR PREVENTED FROM BEING BROKEN DOWN. ANYTHING THAT OPENS ANOTHER AVENUE FOR TREATMENT GIVES US SOMETHING ELSE TO LOOK AT THE HELL. IN THIS EARLY EXPLORATION RESEARCHERS FOUND A STRONGER PATTERN WITH CERTAIN SYMPTOMS OF ROSACEA. THE LINK IS HIGHEST FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE OCULAR SYMPTOMS.

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