Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:44 pm
Walking is synonymous with movement, health, relaxation and relaxation.
In a previous article, we talked about all the benefits of a long walk, from mental to physical ones.Both doctors and the best nutritionists recommend practising this type of motor activity to improve our psychophysical well-being.
But walking has many other advantages unknown to us until recently. In fact, a Canadian study recently found that we can save a person’s life simply by watching them walk quietly.
Here’s how to diagnose a very serious illness with a simple walk
Researchers argue that those who walk asymmetrically, with different rhythms of the right foot compared to the left, could suffer from dementia. More precisely, this way of walking would be useful in distinguishing the different types of dementia.
When there is no coordination between the legs it would be dementia with Lewy bodies. It is a neurodegenerative disease whose characteristics are similar to Alzheimer’s. In both cases, those affected begin by forgetting small daily actions until they no longer remember the essential information of their life.
Early diagnosis of dementia is essential to ensure slower progression. It is known, in fact, that there are still no resolutive treatments for this disorder, which is why palliative solutions must be found.
The main objective is still to ensure the most optimal quality of life for those who suffer from it.
The importance of prevention
The sooner a problem is discovered, the sooner you can intervene and the longer you have the chance to lead a normal life.
Therefore, not only prevention for diagnostic purposes but also to reduce the risk of the onset of the disease.
Here’s how to diagnose a very serious disease with a simple walk: our help can be essential.