Unresolved dizziness? Problems with how your eyes and brain work together can cause dizziness, vertigo, balance problems and more. A visual-vestibular mismatch is common in vestibular neuritis, migraines and Meniere’s.
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Eye tracking problems cause many of the same symptoms as dyslexia.
80% of struggling readers have a problem with how their eyes track.
Post Concussion Syndrome
Vision problems can cause headaches, dizziness, nausea, difficulty reading, fogginess, fatigue and more.
Vision problems are a leading cause of unsolved dizziness.
Headaches and Migraines are often caused by vision. Computer screens, lights, and busy visual environments.
Attention Deficit Disorder
If your eyes don’t work well together, it takes more effort to try to stay focused.
Eye tracking problems are more common in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Treatment can lead to improvement in coordination, reading, and more.
Secrets to unlocking faster reading speed and comprehension lie in addressing eye movement and efficiency.
Balance and Depth Perception
Problems with balance and depth perception can happen in childhood or as a senior. Too commonly it’s attributed to just being ‘clumsy’ or ‘old age’. Treating the visual cause can increase independence and prevent injury.
From hockey goalies to race car drivers, your action is only as accurate as your perception.
Convergence Insufficiency can cause difficulty with attention, headaches, reading struggles and more. Treatment provides significant improvements.
Developmental Coordination Disorder
You require accurate coordinates to coordinate. Vision problems often cause problems developing coordination.