Nystagmus is a rapid involuntary rhythmic eye movement, with the eyes moving quickly in one direction, and then slowly in the other. Nystagmus in early childhood may be caused by a defect in the eye or the visual pathway from the eye to the brain. Acquired nystagmus, which develops later in life, may be a symptom of another condition such as stroke, MS, or even a blow to the head.
Eyelights therapy stimulates the superior colliculus, which in turn stimulates the cerebellum where voluntary movement is coordinated and controlled. Better integrity of midline structures will result in better stability of the eye muscles.
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