Parkinson’s disease: The three non-motor early symptoms of the condition found in the eyes

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.”

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