2. Guillain Barre Syndrome Causes Vision Difficulties
While Guillain Barre Syndrome is mainly associated with loss of control over the limbs and torso, it also affects the body in many other less obvious ways. One example is that it can cause vision difficulties. This is because the eyes are of course controlled by tiny muscles which help to direct our attention, while also allowing us to focus by shrinking or growing the lenses.
When we have Guillain Barre Syndrome, we lose the ability to properly track these objects and vision can become blurry. This demonstrates just how important control over our muscles is, and just how important it is to look after the nervous system.