Handwriting is independent of age. In theory, if you live to be 120 years old without any neurological conditions such as parkinsons,physical disorders (such as arthritis) or impaired mental function you should still have the same quality of handwriting.
We all age differently. I have met individuals in their 90s who have fabulous penmanship and also have helped individuals half their age with brain injury to master the art of handwriting.
I have found mine has deteriorated in the past few years because I rarely write anything. I do everything on the computer. I think like anything, it is something that gets better with use, and worse if you don't do it all the time.
by Nira Perkins 11 months ago
At what age do your eyes start to go bad or your vision starts to deteriorate?
by ngureco 5 years ago
At what age does the brain starts to deteriorate?And at what age does the human brain stop developing?
by Zara Rasul 6 years ago
If you are over 45 years of age, do you notice a decline in your brain function?According to the BBC "the brain's ability to function can start to deteriorate as early as 45, suggests a study in the British Medical Journal." Do you agree
by mikgio 6 years ago
Do tennis strings deteriorate if left unused on a racket for a long period of time?I have racket that hasn't been used for a few years, and wondered if anybody knew whether it would definitely need to be restrung?
by NCapamaggio 6 years ago
Do you think it's possible to become a pro skateboarder if you start at the age of 24?I've just been trying to figure out what to do in life, what kind of career, what would make me the happiest. I am very serious with this question. What do you think?
by inaniLoquence 6 years ago
Will humanity have a Utopian society or deteriorate into a dystopian one in the near future?We all hope for a Utopian society, but is that really possible considering how we, humans, do things now? At the rate at which we are going, do you think our descendants would live in a much better place...
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