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Cognitive decline, eventually leading to Alzheimer’s disease, can manifest itself in many different ways. One of the early signs may be changes in the way you walk.
In the Mayo Clinic study, researchers measured the stride length, cadence and velocity of more than 1,341 participants through a computerized gait instrument at two or more visits roughly 15 months apart. Those with lower cadence, velocity and length of stride experienced significantly larger declines in global cognition, memory and executive function.
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