Rasagiline is a drug used in the treatment of Parkinson's disease. Specifically, the drug acts as an inhibitor of a brain chemical called MAO-B. By inhibiting MAO-B, rasagiline is somewhat effective in treatment the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, though the drug does not cure the condition. Common side effects associated with rasagiline include headache, joint pain, nausea and unsteadiness.
Drug Name: Rasagiline