Shifty Eyes Are Just Fine
Our eyes constantly adjust to our environment; they are the least likely of all our body parts to sit still. We usually don't notice this. Typically our eyes move to and fro without a care in the world. But have you ever stopped to think what makes our eyes work? How is it our eyes know when to move when we want them to?
Scientists are not yet done researching this phenomenon however. In the future researchers plan to start testing the visual stability theory. This will help decide whether receptive fields in the visual cortex or in the brain are responsible for visual stability. Their findings could help those with "shifty" eyes. Meanwhile, it seems there is nothing wrong with those with shifty eyes. It's a natural part of living.