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Currently laid off to save the company revenue & searching for another job I’m capable of doing with Parkinson’s Disease.

Generally, the average cost of a 30-day supply of Rasagiline for Parkinson’s can range from $400 to $500. Rasagiline works by inhibiting the breakdown of dopamine in the brain, which can help to improve the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

Currently unable to afford my needed medications even with my husband’s insurance. Considering technology college certification for ‘sit down’ career ability.

There are several medications available for Parkinson’s disease that can help manage the symptoms of the disease. The most commonly used medications include Levodopa: This medication is converted to dopamine in the brain and is one of the most effective treatments for Parkinson’s disease. It can help improve movement and reduce tremors, stiffness, and other symptoms. Dopamine agonists: These medications mimic the effects of dopamine in the brain and can help to reduce tremors and other symptoms. They are often used in combination with levodopa, MAO-B inhibitors: These medications block the breakdown of dopamine in the brain, increasing the levels of dopamine and improving movement and other symptoms. COMT inhibitors: These medications also help to increase dopamine levels in the brain and are often used in combination with levodopa. Anticholinergics: These medications can help reduce tremors and other symptoms by blocking the action of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine.


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