By practicing proper digital health, you can prevent digital eye discomfort, sleep cycle disruption, and eye development problems in children by practicing good usage habits while on digital devices.
Binocular Vision Dysfunction, or BVD, is a serious eye disorder in which your eyes are not aligned with one another. This misalignment can be so small that it is often not detected during regular eye exams.
Trying to compensate for this disorder can result in headaches, dizziness, trouble reading and concentration, learning disorders, anxiety and general inability to use your eyes as they are supposed to function.
If you have noticed any of these symptoms and suspect you may have BVD, you need to get checked immediately by Tarr Eye & Vision Center’s NeuroVisual Medicine specialist.
You’re probably on this page for one or more of the following:
You have likely suffered from your symptoms long enough. And as unbelievable as it may seem, you wonder: could it be your eyes?
You might be suffering from Binocular Vision Dysfunction (BVD). With BVD, one eye sees an image differently (vertically, horizontally—or both) than the other eye. The body corrects this by overusing and severely straining the eye muscles, causing the symptoms of BVD which include headaches, blurry vision, dizziness, difficulty with reading, learning and concentrating, and even anxiety in large spaces.