Is an eye condition in which the directions that the eyes are pointing at rest position, when not performing binocular fusion, are not the same as each other, or, "not straight".
Dizziness / lightheadedness / disorientation with varying degrees of frequency, from occasional episodes to daily awareness
Motion sickness and car sickness, often since childhood.
Unsteadiness while walking. Develops a slower gait to feel steadier on feet and to avoid falling.
Falls often (with occasional breaks to bones) due to being unsure of their footing.
Drifts to one side while walking down a hallway. Unintentionally moves in to someone else’s space while walking next to them. Feels like their midline or body center is shifted to one side. Walks in to door frames, edges of tables, corners of counter, etc., often with the same side of the body each time.