Huntington disease is a degenerative nerve disease. The onset of the disease is thirty to forty years. Some people develop this condition in early twenties. There is no real treatment for this disease. This disease gradually weakens the nerve impulses and the person affected with this disease cannot function without external support (HDSA). The symptoms of this disease are that there will be involuntary jerking of the muscles, slow eye movement and muscular degeneration as well (NHS). There will be trouble for the affected patient with respect to cognitive actions. They slowly start to lose impulse control. There is also difficult in making new memories or learning a new skill as the disease progress. The mental stability of the people is also affected by this disease. There is no real cure for this disease. The health facilities offer coping techniques to the families and the patient.