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Is Panic Attacks related to vision ?

Panic attacks are characterised by extreme anxiety of an anticipated threat, which may be a real or imagined threat on the part of the patient to themselves or to others. Bowan describes the use of vergence therapy using the visual-vagus connection as a possible treatment for a panic attack. A panic attack stimulates the sympathetic […]

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Vision Problems After Stroke

According to the Third National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS) in 2006, the report showed that around 0.3% of stroke among Malaysians. The fourth NHMS survey in 2011, the prevalence of stroke was increased to 0.7% with 1.7% among those aged 55-59 years, 2% in 60-64 years, 3% in 65-69 years, 3.5% in 70-74 years […]

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Vision problems after concussions

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the major causes of death in Malaysia. The prevalence which includes the children and adult younger than 45 years old. The statistics in 2011 showed that in the year 2009, around 80% of TBI is caused by car accidents, affected the aged 15-24 (34%), males (87%). 276 ICU […]

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Binocular Vision Dysfunciton

Binocular Vision Dysfunction (BVD) occurs when two eyes are not working together as a team. One eye is misaligned between the line of sight with the other eye. When the amount of misalignment is large, double vision may happen. Whereas, when the amount of misalignment is small, a single image is maintained. Vertical heterophoria (VH) […]

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Anxiety disorders affect millions of people each year. But did you know that certain vision problems can trigger anxious thoughts and feelings?

Binocular vision dysfunction (BVD), a common eye condition that develops following a traumatic brain injury (TBI), has been shown to trigger anxiety and panic attacks.  With your binocular vision, you can see a single, clear image— despite having two eyes. When looking at any object, each eye sends visual input to the brain— so the brain […]

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What is Visual Snow Syndrome?

Visual Snow Syndrome (VSS) is an uncommon neurological condition. VSS is characterized by an unusual visual disturbance, pixelated ‘visual snow’ or described as tiny flickering dots continuously appearing in a single plane or even the entire visual field. What are the symptoms of VSS? Normally, a person detected with VSS often experience at least 2 […]

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