No, Backes. Addison's disease is deficiency of the adrenal cortex hormones, cortisol and aldosterone. Catecholamines, like adrenaline, come from the adrenal medulla, and it's like a whole different gland. I don't think it's typical for Addison's patients to have trouble making catecholamines.
And this image is from John Costella's catalog of individual Zapruder frames. I cropped it.
Here's the link to Costella's frames:
You're an idiot, Backes. You were born stupid, and you're going to stay that way.