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while walking disorder in movement, frequently falling, while speaking some times my voice is not clear, sometimes shaking hands,  without suppourt sides i am not climbing steps/chairs also,  not freely standing from ground floor sitting.  

the above reasons are slowly increasing in my body.  please help me,  in futrure which type of problems will come, what my present illness, what is the remedy.

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Hi,

How are you?
It is impossible to provide a diagnosis without clinical examination. However based on your symptoms the possibilities that come to mind are Motor neuron disease, MS, hormonal dysfunction, muscular dystrophy. These could also be the symptoms of acute anxiety, excessive stress, Low BP and sleep deprivation.
I would suggest you to seek consultation with a neurologist as soon as possible.
Do keep us posted and let us know if you need more information. Take care!
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Hi Sudha,
  
   The symptoms which you wre telling are similar to my mother who is aged 61 now. She had this 6 years before, and was dioganised for Motor neuron disease. But there was no improvement. slowly her neurons had got degenerated and now she is immobile, not to speak etc........

Don't worry, first consult a good neurologist, confirm him whether it is Patkinson disease. If so take the latest treatment and if so ask for stem cell therapy also. These are my suggesstions. Also do physical exercises and walking. Only physiotherapy can prevent these diseases in progression. Also keep following a good neurologist and have a thorough check up for parkinson disease. Hope a good cure for you.

Suresh

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