Nystagmus, irregular eye movements, can occur during episodes of vertigo and dizziness. Irregular eyes movements occur because of a condition affecting the parts of the inner ears and brain that control balance. As the head moves during vertigo and dizziness, the eyes may have difficulty focusing. Depending upon the cause of your vertigo and dizziness, your vision can become blurred, double, or limited.
- Q What causes physical instability?
- Q What is objective vertigo and dizziness?
- Q Are there different types of dizziness?
- Q How do objective vertigo and dizziness affect the body?
- Q Are vertigo and dizziness life-threatening?
- Q What are the symptoms of physical instability?