A recent study focused on the effects of tai chi on Parkinson’s disease, specifically sporadic cases not inherited from family members. The research involved 143 individuals practicing tai chi and 187 in a control group who did not exercise. Over three years, the tai chi group displayed improved motor function, while the control group experienced a faster decline in motor skills and relied more on medication. Notably, tai chi also positively affected non-motor symptoms, including quality of life, sleep, and cognitive function. Although the study had limitations, it suggests that tai chi can be a valuable long-term supplement to manage Parkinson’s disease, addressing both physical and mental aspects. Consultation with a healthcare professional is advised before beginning tai chi.