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Vision Problems: There’s Nothing Fun About Seeing Double

by | Sep 12, 2013 | Brain Rehabilitation | 0 comments

If yoVision Problemsu’ve found yourself suffering from headaches, fatigue, or dizziness due to double vision, you’re not alone. Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury dedicates an entire chapter to vision problems and light sensitivity problems that can occur from post concussion syndrome (PCS). See this short excerpt from Chapter 11:

“While you might not immediately connect an injury to your neck or a blow to the back of your head with the onset of vision problems, the fact is that a great many people who have suffered a concussion experience trouble with their eyes. Dry eyes, a gritty sensation in the eyes, intermittent double vision (diplopia), and blurred vision are among the most common complaints, but a wide range of other maladies, including partial vision loss, tracking difficulties (problems focusing on moving objects), seeing things in your visual field, and photophobia (abnormal sensitivity to light) can also occur.”

You have questions, Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury has answers. To pre-order your copy at a discounted price, click here!


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