The effects of stress in Parkinson’’s disease


REPORT FROM THE 9th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AD/PD, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC, MARCH 11-15, 2009 The dopaminergic system is involved in mediating the effects of stress on motor function, which may explain the observation that stress can lead to the onset of parkinsonian symptoms or accelerate the progression of Parkinson’s disease.

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