Association of Health Behaviours With Function and Health-Related Quality of Life Among Patients With Parkinson’s Disease

The review highlights the importance of promoting health behaviours to positively impact health outcomes in chronic conditions like Parkinson’s disease. It notes the underutilization of health professionals’ treatments in this context. Research emphasises the role of health behaviours in preserving function and quality of life for individuals with Parkinson’s disease, with a recognition of the influence of both motor and non-motor symptoms on the relationship between physical activity and quality of life. The recommendations from this study include tailored physical activity opportunities and proactive policy measures to enhance awareness and utilisation of rehabilitation services.

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