Difficulty moving the eyes
Parkinson’s can affect your ability to move parts of the body, including your eyes, said Parkinson’s UK.
The health charity explained: “You may have difficulties when starting to move your eyes or when trying to move them quickly.
“It may be more noticeable when looking at a fast-moving object, such as when watching moving cars or a tennis match. Sometimes, instead of a smooth movement, your eyes may move in a slow and jerky way.
“This can make certain activities, such as driving, more difficult. If this happens talk to your GP, specialist or Parkinson’s nurse because Parkinson’s medication may help.”