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Involuntary Eye Shaking
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Sometimes i wake up feeling the room is shaking side to side. I close my eyes & it still shakes! I sit up it goes away then comes back once i lay down?
Sometimes when I lay down to sleep. When I close my eyes I feel like my body is shaking. Not sure?
I have horizontal nystagmus in my left eyes .i have great difficulties in daily chores.what can i do to control shaking to get a clearer vision?
Every night when I lay down and close my eyes even before I fall asleep I feel like my bed is shaking....what could be causing this?
Inner Ear problem: seems very likely. If you lie down during the day, does the same thing happen? The fluids in your inner ears reposition when you do this, and that can cause strange dizziness symptoms, like these. An ENT could sort it out. But look at dizziness-and-balance.com and maybe you can find your problem there and a suggested treatment. Good luck! ...Read more
Last week I had one episode of involuntary shaking of my legs, one at a time. Thought it was due to anxiety.But had another episode again.why?
Shaking a blanket when something got into my eye. I rubbed it. Then went to the mirror cause it felt like something was still in it and saw white dot?
? Foreign Body eye: Most likely you might have a FB in eye.And as you say you rubbed it so there can be chance of having corneal abrasion too So better is to see a MD preferably eye doctor for detail exam of eye and cornea and if FB is present t remove it. If not care in time can cause significant complication ...Read more
Hello, I lose balance when I close my eyes, I feel my vision shaking when I'm tired and it doesn't stop by me wanting it to stop, my head occasionally feels uncomfortable (not pain, it's more like heavy I guess), and it's a little better when I open and m
Balance: You might start with an audio gram and then a physical examination by your neurologist ...Read more
Every time I close my eyes, even momentarily, they move rapidly as if they are shaking. Why is this?
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