Symptoms of BVD

Signs & Symptoms of BVD

Sudden bouts of dizziness and headaches that vary in intensity are two of the most common indications of BVD. Headaches are usually concentrated in the temples and the front of the face while the dizziness can make you feel lightheaded and unbalanced. Those who have been diagnosed with VH or SOP often suffer from additional symptoms other than headaches and dizziness, such as:



  • Anxiety in crowds or large open spaces
  • Overly sensitive to light and glare
  • Double vision
  • Shadowed, overlapping or blurred vision
  • Skip lines or lose your place while reading.
  • Quickly fatigue while reading and difficulty with comprehension.
  • Closing or covering one eye to make it easier to see.




  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Nausea
  • Anxiety
  • Motion sickness
  • Poor depth perception
  • Lack of good balance and drifting while walking
  • Poor coordination and Clumsiness
  • Aching eyes, especially with eye movement
  • Neck, upper back or shoulder pain
  • Head tilting

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