Three changes in voice indicative of Parkinson’s disease have been named

Changes in a person’s voice can detect the onset of Parkinson’s disease – in particular, the voice becomes quieter when the disease occurs. It was reported on Wednesday, November 10, the edition of Express, citing data from the American Association of Parkinson’s Disease.

According to experts, people with the disease gradually begins to fade, turning into a whisper. In addition, the speech may become monotonous as patients are unable to control its volume.

However, doctors have also pointed out that a person with a suspected Parkinson’s disease may also notice a stuttering disorder that was not common in the past. However, general symptoms of the disease also include problems with balance, sense of smell, and difficulty sleeping.