Binocular Vision Disorder

Binocular vision disorder refers to any condition where the eyes do not work together properly to create a single, clear image. Normally, both eyes should align and focus on the same point in space. Each eye captures an image from a slightly different angle, and the brain fuses these two images into a single, three-dimensional perception. This process provides depth perception and a wide field of view. When the eyes fail to align properly or work together as a team, it results in binocular vision disorder. This misalignment can cause confusion in the brain as it tries to merge two different images. This dysfunction can lead to various symptoms such as double vision, headaches, eye strain, difficulty reading, and poor depth perception. In some cases, it can also cause difficulties with dizziness or motion sensitivity.