OK, please bare with me.
This (Dizziness) is my worst symptom so far next to brain fog.
I’m not diagnosed but the doctor thinks its either Parkinsons or a couple other things. (I have dizziness, stiffness on one side, brain fog, etc)
I have found two studies, but I can’t parse the meaning out well because there’s words I don’t understand well.
My arm swings, I don’t have tremor that is noticeable to others, or shuffling gate.
Is there much data or even anecdotal people below 50 (I’m 37) who for years before they were diagnosed had a constant never ending dizziness/ off centerness?
(Here are the studies I found which are hard to parse)
Dizziness in patients with early stages of Parkinson's disease: Prevalence, clinical characteristics and implications - PubMed " Dizziness in patients with early stages of Parkinson’s disease: Prevalence, clinical characteristics and implications"
Dizziness in Parkinson's disease patients is associated with vestibular function - PubMed " Dizziness in Parkinson’s disease patients is associated with vestibular function"