Parkinson's disease is treated with medication and lifestyle changes.
While there is no cure to Parkinson's disease, it is currently being treated by both medication and lifestyle changes. Dopaminergic medications are commonly used to treat Parkinson's disease, and these mainly target the disease's symptoms.
However, while the symptoms are improved by medication, they are not slowed, and the medication does not halt the disease's progression. Specialists also recommend patients to make lifestyle changes, like exercising more and eating healthily to improve symptoms.