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  1. If you have Dysautonomia, in my view you will have ADD, whether you notice it or not. This I have noticed from 8 people suffering in my close family from this weakness ( Dysautonomia in my view is Nervous system weakness).
  2. It’s Dysautonomia. I have lots of relatives suffering from this issue and one common thread among many, is ADD. This is the reason of this clumsiness, among so many other symptoms for e.g frequent social inappropriateness
  3. I am not a doctor, but a very keen observer. I’m 60, suffering from Dysautonomia all my life. I can give you my opinion only. In Dysautonomia we suffer from nerves weakness, and at this age even for me watching TV at a distance means I’ve exert more mentally to concentrate on what’s being shown. Concentration means exerting your nerves. I’m a man of very weak constitution, 6-4” with 60 KG weight, and therefore all these nerves weakness are very pronounced and easily registered by me. Anyway that was my opinion.
  4. All these head feelings are coming from dysautonomia, in my experience. I’m now 60, suffering from these issues since childhood, however never understood them till lately when my condition worsened after 3 years of long flights every month. Here is the explanation, as I see it: Dysautonomia causes nerves over reaction to what we eat, so there is a pull on nerves across whole body, and depending on body constitution, pronounced in certain areas- head in my case. So these nerves pull on the brain itself as well, since a lot of these nerves connect to our brain. This is the reason behind
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