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Micro-Prism Lenses May Be The Answer

Headaches, dizziness, off-balance? Your symptoms are not in your head, but they may be in your eyes! You or your child don’t feel 100%, and so you book a physical exam at your family’s primary physician. The list of symptoms is very long, with many common and sometimes vague sensations,...

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Motion Sickness, Nausea & Eye Strain

Most people don’t realize that their motion sickness, nausea and eye strain could be related to their vision. All are common symptoms of binocular vision dysfunction, which is caused by the misalignment of the eyes. Find out how to alleviate your BVD symptoms. 

Focusing In On Binocular Vision Dysfunction Symptoms

Binocular Vision Dysfunction (BVD) is a condition where the eyes are misaligned and struggle to send one clear image to the brain. Here’s a list of some of the most common symptoms — including dizziness, double vision, and motion sickness — associated with BVD.

How is Binocular Vision Dysfunction Diagnosed?

Binocular vision dysfunction (BVD) is a condition that involves a misalignment in the line of sight from one eye to the other. Most commonly, this misalignment is vertical. As a result, a tremendous strain is put on your eye muscles. That’s because they are constantly attempting to achieve clear single-focus...

What is binocular vision dysfunction and how do I know if I have it?

Binocular vision dysfunction, or BVD for short, is a visual condition that occurs when both eyes cannot coordinate properly. As a result, the line of sight from one eye is slightly misaligned with the other eye. This misalignment heavily stresses your eye muscles as they try to correct the problem...

Eye Floaters & Flashes: When Are They a Problem?

Guidelines from our center for eye care in Cedar Park For many people, the sight of squiggly threads or cloudy specks floating across their vision is a normal occurrence. Flashes of light that appear like flickering or gliding sparks are also common. If you’ve had these floaters and flashes for...

Sleep Apnea & Glaucoma: Is There a Connection?

If you have sleep apnea, be sure to tell your eye doctor and to visit Lakeline NeuroVisual Medicine regularly for eye exams! A 2019 article published in The Journal of Glaucoma reported the results of a US-based study that involved more than 6,700 people over 40 years old, and a strong link was found between having glaucoma and sleep problems.