Handwriting’s Lower Zone Reveals Whether You have Leg Injuries

Have you noticed that when you try to write while you are unwell, your grip on the pen softens, your pressure on the paper diminishes and the movement of strokes becomes unsteady?

You might have noticed the changes in your handwriting, this but would not have tried to analyse why it happened. It happens because handwriting traces disturbances in neuro-muscular coordination, and the way strokes flow out of writing instrument gives away a great deal about the health condition. But that is not all. You may be surprised to know that the warnings can come through your handwriting much before your body starts exhibiting visible symptoms of a particular ailment.

In 1999, a research at University of Plymouth, UK, found graphology to be an effective tool for catching health conditions before they became serious. Professor Kan, a famous Austrian handwriting expert, was one of the first few graphologists who established that there was a link between handwriting analysis and health.

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Let us take the following samples as a depiction of injuries. As you notice in all the below samples the lower loops are dragged towards one side unusually stronger. This depicts injury to the leg. On further analysis and inquiry with the subjects of these samples it became known that all the subjects have had accidents with injuries to their legs. The downward stroke of the lower loops in these samples is stronger and enhanced in comparison to the upward action of the lower loops.

One may imagine the handwriting as the mirror image of the subject. What appears as a rightward pull is actually the subject’s left leg being dragged due to the injury in the right leg (first two samples). The leftward pull of 4th sample indicates injury to left leg.

All the samples below are obtained after several months/years’ post the respective accidents/injury. Yet the handwriting reveals the permanent nature of the injuries sustained by them. Also notice that injuries affected the slant of the writing.

1. Sample for right leg injury

This writer of the sample below has had a serious accident with implant (steel rod) in the right leg. The slant of the lower loops is enhanced more to the right.

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2. Sample for right leg injury-II

The sample below also reflects accident involving injury to the right leg but the extent of injury is not comparable in severity to the one above. The slant of the lower loops is mild in comparison to the earlier one.

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3. Paraplegic patient’s sample – caused due to accident

Here, an injury to the spinal cord left the person immobile below the waist. Here entire writing is slanted consistently which indicates the permanent nature. In other samples one can see the dragging occasionally as the pain and its remembrance also occasional.

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4. Sample of left leg injury

Here you can see the drag is towards right as the injury is in left leg. Arrow marks indicate a point (pause) at the bottom of the Y loop. This represents the pain – dots and caused because of a deep wound inflicted due to an accident that was deep gnawing almost up to the bone. (Two-wheeler silencer burns).The pain dots have sustained their existence in the individual’s handwriting even after many years.

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(The author is a graphologist based in Bangalore. She may be contacted at [email protected])

Disclaimer: One element of handwriting may be analysed at a time, but always look at the entire handwriting sample before arriving at any conclusion.