Anticholinergic drugs are effective in early Parkinson disease. They act to a. Block stimulating effects of acetylcholine

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Anticholinergic drugs are effective in early Parkinson disease. They act to 

a. Block stimulating effects of acetylcholine in the brain to bring activity back into balance. 

b. Block the signs and symptoms of the disease, making it more acceptable. 

c. Inhibit dopamine effects in the brain and increase neuron activity. 

d. Increase the effectiveness of the inhibitory neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid.

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