The History Place - Defeat of Hitler: Downfall of Adolf Hitler
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Adolf Hitler suffered from two problems when he first met Morell, terrible gastro-intestinal problems, often resulting in flatulence, and skin lesions on his thighs. Later, under the care of Morell, he developed an irregular heartbeat and aggressive tremors throughout the left side of his body. In addition he became dependent on (and possibly addicted to) methamphetamines supplied to him daily by Morell, which the doctor called Multivitamin (both via injection and in little tablets in innocent looking gold packages).
Adolf Hitler - Jewish Virtual Library: Hitler
From the early 1930's the care for Hitler's health was entrusted to the young SS officer and surgeon Dr. Karl Brandt who was assisted by Professor Werner Haase. Unbeknownst to most people today, and especially to Germans at the time, Hitler suffered from a number of medical problems since confirmed by evidence left behind by the Nazis. Hitler's favorite physician, Professor Theodore Morell, with whom he became acquainted in the late 1930s, was somewhat responsible for this.