Falls in vitamin D levels correlate with falls and non‐motor symptoms in patients with Parkinson’s disease, a new study finds as researchers suggest supplementation as a potential remedy.
The publication of this study follows the recent release of a scientific review which concluded that vitamins may have benefits in treatment of Parkinson’s disease. Examining the therapeutic potential of vitamins B3, C, D and E, researchers from China found that numerous clinical studies, as well as animal and cell experiments, have demonstrated a relationship between vitamins and the condition. The Chinese researchers specifically state that proper supplementation of vitamins can reduce the incidence of Parkinson’s disease in the general population and improve the clinical symptoms of patients suffering from it.
To learn more about this scientific review, read this article on our website.