Adult uncontrolled head bobbing jca4121. I am 57 and in the last few months have developed an periodic uncontrolled lateral head movement. This may happen once or twice a day. This episode only lasts for 1 - 2 seconds in duration. It seems to happen when I am concentrating hard on something.
Bobble-head doll syndrome is a rare neurological movement disorder in which patients, usually children around age 3, begin to bob their head and shoulders forward and back, or sometimes side-to-side, involuntarily, in a manner reminiscent of a bobblehead doll.The syndrome is related to cystic lesions and swelling of the third ventricle in the brain.. Symptoms of bobble-head doll syndrome are Specialty: Neurology.
Head bobbing Lorrie50. What medical condition would cause a75 year old female's head to jerk up and down almost constantly. She is otherwise well and active and seems to be unaware of the condition. This has been getting progressively worse over the past year.