Visual symptoms are common in Parkinson’s disease and can include blurred vision, double vision, and difficulty with depth perception. These symptoms can be caused by several factors, including changes in the nervous system, medication side effects, and eye problems. Parkinson’s disease affects the brain’s ability to process visual information, which can lead to difficulties with visual perception and processing. Additionally, some medications used to treat Parkinson’s disease can cause blurred vision or dry eyes, which can worsen visual symptoms. Eye problems such as cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration are also more common in individuals with Parkinson’s disease. It’s important for individuals with Parkinson’s disease to receive regular eye exams and to inform their healthcare provider if they are experiencing any visual symptoms. Treatment options for visual symptoms may include medication adjustments, vision therapy, or surgical interventions.