How was your progressive supranuclear palsy treated?
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How Is PSP Treated?
There is a range of medication that can help curb PSP's symptoms.
Sinemet is sometimes used because it contains levodopa, which aids in controlling shakiness and tremors.
Antidepressants are often suggested by doctors, along with sleeping pills, to help PSP patients who are experiencing sleep problems. Many drugs being developed to treat other neurological disorders are also being utilized to help treat PSP.