Aging or Parkinson’s? Here are 13 Ways You Can Tell
If a person starts walking strangely, you think you’d notice immediately, right?
When it comes to early Parkinson’s disease, even this symptom might be difficult to detect. We already know that this illness can affect your balance, but it can also have a negative impact on member coordination.
As a result, people with early Parkinson’s may start dragging their feet just a little as they walk, or they may walk slower than usually.
As the disease progresses, the walking habits also become stranger: the affected person may experience an irregular pace, such as suddenly walking faster without actually wanting to.