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Seizures? - February 7th 2011, 06:00 AM

I like tp play video games alot. So sometime when i play my eyes like ho back and forth really fast it kind of freaks me out. Why is this happpening? What should i do?


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Re: Seizures? - February 7th 2011, 06:11 AM

Eye movements aren't seizures. I'm a bit confused over what you're asking because is it nystagmus-like movements? Also, how do you know your eyes are moving fast? If someone else tells you this, then having eyes move can occur because you're processing the information from the game and doing complex thinking and strategies. It's a bit confusing and the title of the thread seems misleading to me but I'm still not fully understanding how you know your eyes move in such a pattern.

It could very well just be saccades, which are normal in humans but for some people they can be involved in disorders such as ADHD, nystagmus, etc... . There's not enough information to understand what it is you're referring to.


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