Now the next problem is this… When I’m calm the fusion is there quite often when just looking straight ahead, but once I start moving around or do a complicated eye task I lose it. So to extrapolate the fusion to moments of movement I do the following:
- I move a lot even though it makes me dizzy and motion sick. I need to do it to get used to it. I’m not talking about extreme things: biking, running, walking, balance excercise, …
– While doing my fusion computer excercises I move my head around. I can’t maintain the fusion, so everything starts dancing around. The world’s not stable, that’s why I always move my head instead of my gaze. So now I am doing it on purpose to address the problem, even though it makes me feel sick. I will slowly get used to it and my eye movements will get more flexible in order to maintain fusion.

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