Graphology is the study of handwriting. It indicates more than 5,000 different personality traits. It is also used in the medical field to study the handwriting as an aid in diagnosis and tracking of diseases. Size of the letter tells whether you are shy or outgoing. A person whose handwriting is big is outgoing, people oriented; where as small letters means he is shy, studious, concentrated and meticulous. Average means well adjusted and adaptable. Wide spacing between words tells the person enjoys his freedom and don’t like to be crowded and narrow spacing indicates the person tend to crowd people and is intrusive. Person with high blood pressure writes with variable pressure. A persons writing slows down if he is suffering from Alzheimer disease. Handwriting deteriorates as the mental faculties deteriorate. Sudden change in handwriting is often a sign of Parkinson’s disease.
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