Even though there are many setbacks to having bradykinesia, it can be helped slow down and stop some of the symptoms. Bradykinesia can come from another disease called Parkinson's (PD). Parkinson's Disease is a disease that can develop over many years. Nobody knows of the cause yet, but there are many treatment options that can help relieve the symptoms. PD is not a fatal disease, but there are many complications to it that makes it a deadly disease.
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