Alzheimer's disease does not just affect the brain—it has an effect on the body as well. Historically, the emphasis and study of the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease were focused almost solely on cognitive issues, looking at what type of impairments develop such as memory, language, and behavior and what interventions and treatments were most helpful. More recently, however, there is an increasing awareness of the physical effects of Alzheimer's disease, especially on one's gait in walking. Understanding the physical impact of the disease is important for knowing what treatments and care might be required as the disease progresses. Gait refers to the motion and stride of walking.
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Last Updated: March 3, References. This article was co-authored by Eric A. Samuels, PsyD. Eric A.