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Feelings and Mood

There is a broad spectrum of different feelings or mood changes that a person with Parkinson’s might experience at one point or another, these can range from anxiety or depression type symptoms to apathy or denial and in fewer cases hallucinations or delusions.

People who have experienced changes in mood or feelings with their Parkinson’s reported many different aspects of these changes in a recent survey:

    • Aggression
    • Attitude
    • Despair
    • Difficulty with social interaction
    • Fearfulness
    • Frustration
    • Guilt
    • Impatience
    • Lack of confidence
    • Lack of motivation
    • Lethargy
    • Panic attacks
    • Paranoia
    • Passivity
    • Self-isolation
    • Selfishness
    • Shame
    • Stress
    • Stubbornness
    • Suicidal thoughts
    • Unstable Emotions
    • Withdrawal

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