The group of drugs that decreases the action of the nerve chemical acetylcholine. These drugs may help reduce rigidity, tremor, and drooling in Parkinson's.
Anticholinergics are used to treat nausea and vomitting by limiting impulses through the nervous system and reducing the secretion of stomach acids. Many anticholinergic agents reduce Parkinson's type symptoms but can act as a depressant.
The group of drugs which decreases the action of acetylcholine. The specified drugs may help reduce rigidity, tremor, and drooling in Parkinson's.