The type and severity of symptoms experienced
by a person with
Parkinson's disease vary with each individual and the
stage of Parkinson's disease. Symptoms that develop in
the early stages of the disease in one person may not develop until later-or
not at all-in another person.
- Symptoms of Parkinson's disease typically begin
appearing between the ages 50 and 60. They develop slowly and often go
unnoticed by family, friends, and even the person who has them.
small number of people have symptoms on only one side of the body that never
progress to the other side.