Aging or Parkinson’s? Here are 13 Ways You Can Tell
Unfortunately, walking isn’t the only physical activity that becomes affected by Parkinson’s disease. People in the early stages of the illness might have their posture affected as well.
Parkinson’s can cause muscle rigidity, which might make them bending forward as if they’re hunched or stooped over. This is an involuntary gesture that’s caused by lack of balance and reduced neuronal capacities.
Of course, bad posture can also be a normal sign of aging; the difference is that in this case it can be corrected or adapted through practice and physical activity. Here we reveal 5 simple tips to keep great posture after 50 years old!