8 early Parkinson’s disease symptoms that are too easy to miss
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Softer voice, or masked face
Doctors say that a softer voice or masked, expressionless face is a common sign of the disease. Some patients with Parkinson’s disease symptoms may also talk softer without noticing or have excessively fast speech or rapid stammering. Parkinson’s causes disruption of movement, including facial muscles.
This article first appeared on Reader's Digest.