Aging or Parkinson’s? Here are 13 Ways You Can Tell
Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative disorder that mostly affects the elderly population. We should all be aware of its symptoms and call the doctor as soon as we notice them in ourselves or a loved one.
Unfortunately, many people who start experiencing these signs might feel too embarrassed to discuss them with their family or visit a specialist, so we should always be on the lookout for unusual changes.
Many times, shaky hands or stiffness can simply be a normal sign of aging. However, as I always like to say, prevention is always better than treatment!
With that in mind, I’m going to leave you a few of our top retiree resources so you can live a healthy, happy life:
- Experts Finally Bust These 6 Myths About Fitness After 50
- 5 Eating Habits That Can Improve Your Life After Retirement
- 13 “Healthy” Habits Your Doctor Wants You to Give Up For Good
Before you go… have you or a loved one been diagnosed with Parkinson’s? Share your experience in the comment section and let’s help each other manage this condition better!