... o images together for certain defined types of contrasted patterns because under every other circumstance it does not happen. I have great hand eye coordination, vision etc etc... I am not sure if that happens in the Occipital lobe or elsewhere but wouldn't anything untoward show up on MRI or EEGs? ... (78 replies)
... Hello to all my fellow vibrating vision sufferers, a minor breakthrough for me, I've been going through some rough times recently and haven't been able to sleep and eat a whole lot. ... (78 replies)
... ck, and listed the precursors to those hormones I am taking so the body can make more. Haven't retested yet. My adrenal fatigue is much better after 6 mos with vision no change. ... (78 replies)
... Hi Aerowalla
Have you completed the saliva test? If so what were your results and what are you doing to as a result of these tests? Have you seen any improvements as a result? (78 replies)
... Hi, Loneman,
Saliva test to check neurotransmitters.
Besides the hormones mentioned most tests also check serotonin, dopamine, adrenaline etc.
Maximo and I believe this is in the brain (covering either eye proves that) and these hormones are part of energy regulation in the brain and a helluva lot of other neurological processes. Only thing is, millions of Americans... (78 replies)
... G comes up clear. i have a very often sensation of feelign that my equiliberium is off, i feel disoriented and confused and as if im just wandering aimlessly. my vibrating vison is either getting worse, or i am just harping on it more. highly patterend lines are the major culprit here.... ... (78 replies)
... Interesting, Loneman! What percent better would you guess?
I tried paleo (low/no carb) in July and lost 10 pounds but had no change in vision. I had to go off it because I was taking a long time to fat adapt and needed 30% carbs for energy after decades of low fat which is what docs were pushing then.
Low carb is good in bursts of a few months, but if too low or too... (78 replies)
... You should be fine. For as long as I can remember every time I look at a digital clock the numbers jump up and down and my eye doctor says not to worry about it. (78 replies)
... Yeah, a lot of people on other threads are prescribed anti-depressants for worry caused by symptoms. But things like depressed serotonin or dopamine or even as simple as magnesium can throw the body's emotional balance off.
We are a balance of excitatory and calming neurological chemicals. A simple saliva or hair analysis test is cheaper and sometimes tells more than... (78 replies)
... Wow, great work! Look forward to the next update. (78 replies)
... Aerowallah, I would say 70-80% better? I do notice slight vibration, but only if I pay very close attention. The improvement is obvious though. I'm also not sure if it's temporary, but it's been the longest "good" stretch for me since it started a few years ago. I've been on a "modified" paleo diet for over a year - if you google 'perfect health diet' in books - that's the... (78 replies)
... Yes, like I said before, symptoms of adrenal fatigue from stress. You can search for list of symptoms online.
Stress drops hormone levels (check by saliva test) and mineral levels (hair analysis test). These affect lots of things in the body, depending on the individual. (78 replies)
... Hi everyone
I 've got my mri done without contrast it came back normal thanks god.
I visit neurologist he orderd some blood test for me it all came back normal
He had no idea about my eye problem .he said that he want it mri with the contrast .its becuase the one that I did it was order by my gp and it was without the contrast ..I haven't done that yet but I don't think I... (78 replies)
... I've seen thag there is no vibrating effect while looking at a reflections..like a mirror etc. ... (0 replies)
... Point is I was stressing out in New York for DECADES before any symptoms presented. And the vibrating vision came first by a few months. I think it is organic, and am banking on this symptom easing once I can get my deficient numbers up to optimal. ... (78 replies)
... Hi Rose, I am one of the original posters in this thread.
I have had this now for over two years. It is really very irritating and takes a lot of getting used to. Believe me I am still having to put up with this.
I would like to say that if you are suffering from the same thing as myself and others on here, then all your eye tests, MRIs ECGs and all the other tests will... (78 replies)
... I am so scared of this thing .what I am thinking is I can't belive it that stress and anxiety could cuase this vibrating thing I think I can't live like that. ... (78 replies)
... That could be one of those shocks to the system. And even though there are so far just a few cases of shimmering vision and millions of Americans with adrenal fatigue, everybody's mix of elevated, low, and normal hormone levels is different. ... (78 replies)
... They find nothing wrong with my eyes.I have astigmatism but that doesn't cuase vibrating .my blood test was good all the number and everything was fine .the only thing was low was my vitamin d mine was 21 . ... (78 replies)
... Alright! Welcome to the club!! :cool:
Anything that is correlated might someday prove to be causative, and I would not rule out stress if you're having panic attacks!
Have you been going through a stressful time? Any other healh issues or symptoms?
My optha says if it goes away when you cover either eye it's in the brain, not the eye, and that's where all those... (78 replies)