‘In line with our hypothesis, patients with Parkinson’s disease, gambling addiction had developed, when receiving dopamine agonist younger age at Parkinson’s disease onset, higher novelty-seeking scores, a personal or immediate family history of alcohol use related problems and impaired planning on an impulsivity scale, ‘ the authors write. ‘A robust association was found with medication-induced mania[ a psychiatric disorder, excessive physical and mental activity and impulsive behavior]. ‘ – Gambling was also weakly to younger age, Parkinson’s disease, the brain started to the left hemisphere and a high score on a scale measuring the impulsiveness of behaviors linked ‘Screening for such features and advice for those higher risk may be justified ‘the authors conclude.
An additional inventory will measure the extent to which the patients displayed novelty-seeking characteristics, by impulsive and risk-taking behavior and excitement in response to new experiences.. Valerie Voon, ute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke in Bethesda, and his colleagues , the characteristics of 21 patients with Parkinson’s disease, the pathological gambling behavior after the onset of dopamine agonists with 42 Patients with Parkinson’s disease develops comparison not develop compulsive behaviors. The participants, who all visited a hospital in Toronto, between June 2003 and October 2005 by neurologists by neurologists and completed assessment scales that measured their levels of impulsivity, substance abuse, mood and anxiety disorders.To read the entire study, information, please visitThe palate Craniofacial Journal is the bimonthly magazine which American Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association. For another information, please visit.
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