Drinking Coffee May Reduce Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease
A clinical study, recently published in the journal Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, presents that patients with Parkinson’s disease who were drinking coffee oftener showed a reduced need for standard medical treatment.
In this four-year study, the scientists from the United Kingdom and Italy investigated the clinical association of caffeine consumption among newly diagnosed Parkinson’s disease. They looked at the effects of a broad range of products which contain caffeine, including energy drinks and chocolate.
In the research, people who had an extra cup of coffee daily were more likely associated with less severe symptoms of the disease.
The study concluded that higher caffeine consumption was associated with a reduced accrual of both motor and non-motor disability.
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