I used my Oculus Quest for a while and noticed an increase in my visual migraines. I moved and had it put away for four months and did not have a single visual migraine. I just took it out and used it and, bingo! - visual migraine. It can't be a coincidence.
Living with a chronic condition like ocular visual migraine can be a difficult experience. If you have ever experienced this type of migraine, you may be wondering if anyone else has had similar experiences. Ocular visual migraines cause temporary vision loss or changes in the person’s field of vision and often include seeing flashes of light or geometric shapes. For many sufferers, these images are accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, dizziness and headache pain.
The good news is that there is an online community dedicated to those who suffer from ocular visual migraines. Here you can connect with others facing the same issues and discuss your experiences in order to gain understanding and support from those who truly understand what it’s like to live with this condition. You will find helpful resources, tips for managing symptoms and even advice on how to cope emotionally during episodes.