Myth 56: The use of so-called cues doesn’t help with Parkinson’s


Cues are external stimuli that make moving easier by making the patient more aware of it. Examples include visual cues (for example, stripes on the floor) or auditory cues (sharp rhythmic sound). Thanks to these types of cues, people with parkinsonism can often walk more easily. This is because different areas of the brain are triggered to perform spontaneous or voluntary movement.

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