Just like a fingerprint, every individual person has their own distinct handwriting. This one-of-a-kind trait can actually reveal some things about your personality depending on aspects like letter sizing, spacing, slanting, shape, looping, margins, and pressure.

The study and analysis of handwriting is called graphology, and it can even disclose some information about your health, according to Visually.

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For example, writing with variable pressure could be a sign of high blood pressure. Meanwhile, variations in slant may point to schizophrenia, and very small cramped handwriting has been linked to Parkinson’s disease.

Graphology also tells us that writing with heavy pressure indicates someone has high levels of energy, but those who apply light pressure may be more tired.

According to Visually, how you write can actually indicate more than 5,000 personality traits.

Still curious about the tells of your John Hancock? Check out the graphic below from Visually.

What Does Your Handwriting Say About You?

From Visually.

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