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ADHD and Posture "Hunchback" and "Dopamine Deficiency" 



Is there a relationship between Parkinson's disease and ADHD? Both are dopamine depleted diseases. 
My grandfather was ADHD-like and got Parkinson's. I'm worried that I'll get Parkinson's in the future because I have ADHD too. 



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Wait a minute, my grandpa had Parkinson's too. 
When he was healthy, he looked just like me when I was going through a rough time. 
If he's going to be like that in his old age, I'm starting to feel less and less like living: ...... 



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I've heard ADHD is a different position of deficiency in one way or another. 
I've heard that ADHD has different deficiencies in some areas, but some people have hunchbacks and movement disorders. 
I've heard that some people with hunchbacks and movement disorders have a dopamine deficiency in the same areas as Parkeson's, so it's very dangerous. 



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If you have adhd, I'd say you're more prone to nervousness in your personality. 
Is your body rigid too? 



I'm a hunchback, but I'm also nervous. 



I have a hunchback. 
I've been told I have bad posture since I was a kid. 



I have a hunchback too. 



I have a hunchback, too, and it's gotten worse lately, along with my mood swings. 
And I have stage fright. 



My hunchback is improved by tyrosine. 
I heard that many people with ADHD don't respond to tyrosine, so I'm not sure if it's just a reference for you. 
I don't know if it will help me in the long run or when I get older. 



I'm a hunchback too. 
I'm so glad I didn't let the management take me for a fool and buy a "hunchback". 



Seriously, I'm a hunchback too. 
I've got a big head, a precipitous cliff, and the whole appearance combo... I'm screwed! 



I'm a hunchback too. 
I'm a hunchback too. 



If you're a Parkeson, you're known for your hunchback. 
Dopamine is supposed to balance muscle tension. 



I think ADHD and posture are related. 
Hypotonia can be a problem in children with developmental disorders. 



95% of Japanese people are congenitally hunchbacked. 



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I'm not stupid. 
Hunchback is related to ADHD. 
You should read more books and do some research. 



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I couldn't find a book that I could trust with my powers, so let me know what you recommend. 



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So that's why my own physical therapist has ADHD (children without a sense of calm) as a medical treatment item? 



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There's no such thing as evidence in physical therapy. 
It's just a name they put in there to make money. ...... 



I see > 
That is clearly the realm of the occult. 
It's the "XXX cures XXX!" formula. Don't fall for it. 



I don't have a hunchback, more like a rolled shoulder that sticks out in front of my head. 



Hunchback has nothing to do with ADHD because it has to do with back and abdominal muscles. 
Do all grandmas have ADHD? 



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Even aging decreases dopamine levels and imbalance. 
That's part of why grandma and grandpa get bent over. 
You have to get past a certain level. 
Not quite Parkinson's with a level of immobility and tremors. 
ADHD and Parkinson's are diseases caused by dopamine deficiency, although the location of the deficiency is different. 
Parkinson's is also partly hereditary (genetic testing will tell you that). 
It's important to know your risk. 



So you're just going to blame it all on dopamine, and that's all you need to worry about? 
So if I give my grandma Concerta, she'll get her hunchback fixed? 
Don't be stupid. 



I don't know if Concerta will help. 
If it's for Parkinson's, there's a good chance it will work. 
It's especially effective for postural dysreflexia. 
It's worth a try, because one of the diagnostic criteria for Parkinson's disease is that the medication works (I'm not so sure about that either). 



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Aging also considerably reduces the amount of other brain chemicals. 
Some doctors say serotonin levels are the cause of hunchback, so I guess it's still under study. 



Well, it's usually uncorrelated. 
The reason people hunch back as they age is because they don't make an effort to resist the muscle weakness that comes with aging. 



Well, let's do some back exercises for exercise, that's the quickest way. 



Extensor muscle group, inner muscles 



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I think it's the abdominal muscles you're supposed to be working out, not the back muscles. 

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