This causes the symptoms of BVD, most of which are not traditionally thought to be associated with vision (but they are). These symptoms can include headache, dizziness, anxiety, motion sickness, nausea, neck pain, anxiety, ADHD, learning / reading challenges, gait imbalance and light sensitivity.
People suffering from BVD have seen many specialists, had many tests and tried many treatments and medications, yet have not gotten much relief until their subtle vision misalignment was corrected using glasses with realigning lenses.
If it sounds like you might have BVD and and have looked into other treatments that have not worked, it is likely that you have BVD. We suggest you find out by taking this simple test at IsItMyEyes.com
Watch this video to learn about the BVD patient experience – their symptoms, their search for relief, and then finally finding an answer!
Daily Stomach Ache, Headache, Nausea:
Christine's Binocular Vision Dysfunction Story
Headaches and Learning Challenges:
Kali's Binocular Vision Dysfunction Story
Years of Daily Headaches, Nausea, and Dizziness: