Intermittent fasting has been shown to be helpful in reducing protein aggregation in neurodegenerative disorders 15 , and specifically in Parkinsonian conditions 16.
The condition typically affects people in their late 60s and 70s.
As such, the mutation is seen to be a contributing rather than the sole factor for the disorder.
Another more complicated eye movement is called an anti-saccade, where a target is presented, and a person needs to inhibit the reflex to look at the target and instead consciously choose to look in the other direction.
As a result, we need to look deeper for distinguishing symptoms.
These are fine movements, that can be mistaken for , except that they are saccadic in nature, with no smooth phase.