Huntington’s Disease

Neurodegenerative Genetic Disorder

Muscle Control Loss + Mental Decline

Symptoms start gradually at first, but over the course of time, the disease progresses. At first the individual may simply have bad coordination, and trouble following conversations. But years later the individual may have issues controlling movement such as inability to walk, but could eventually result in complete loss of any controlled movement. Additionally, the patient will experience increased mental fatigue, that will expand from confusion to eventual complete loss of thought and memory.