2. Muscle Weakness
This can be from a variety of health problems, but RightDiagnosis.com lists it as related to cerebral atrophy. The weakness can affect your entire body or one area in particular, adds the source.
It’s important to let your doctor sort this one out, as weakness can lead to muscle atrophy (wasting away of muscle tissue). It can also be a sign of anemia, infections, or even myotonic dystrophy, which is marked by progressive muscle weakness that often doesn’t show up until adulthood.