Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological disorder. It affects the brain cells called neurons which control movement. These neurons are responsible for the production of the dopamine hormone. When the neurons die the level of dopamine goes down and you get Parkinson’s disease. The progress of this disease is extremely slow and you may live with it for many years without being aware of it. This is why most people miss the early signs of this disorder. Today on the occasion of World Parkinson’s Day let us see what living with this condition means and how you can manage it.