Sialorrhoea, or excessive drooling in layman’s terms, suggests greater motor and non-motor dysfunction in patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD), says an expert at EAN 2021. Worse than it sounds, drooling is also associated with speech and swallowing dysfunction.
Pregnant women with migraine are more likely to have obstetric and postnatal complications along with worse pregnancy outcomes compared with their counterparts without migraine, according to a study presented at EAN 2021.
Some COVID-19 patients experienced cognitive and behavioural problems within 2 months after discharge from hospital, with certain symptoms persisting to 10 months, reveals a longitudinal study presented at EAN 2021.
When it comes to music therapy, choosing Mozart’s over Haydn’s music can reduce epileptic brain activity in patients with epilepsy — thanks to its acoustic characteristics, suggests a study presented at the 2021 European Academy of Neurology (EAN) Meeting.