An early indicator of Parkinson's is a change in the size of a person's handwriting. Often, a marked decrease in the letter sizes and spaces between the words becomes noticeable. This sign is called micrographia and occurs because changes in parts of the brain that control motor skills make it difficult for individuals with Parkinson's to control the movement of their fingers and hands.
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