Alcohol Gaze Nystagmus is a result of the depressive effects on the central nervous system due to having too much alcohol in the body at one time.
This makes sense when you consider that the Candida cells are capable of fermenting carbohydrates into alcohol in the intestines, therefore there will likely always be some amount of alcohol in the body if a person has a Candida overgrowth. The amount would depend on the size of the infestation as well as the amount of carbohydrates ingested.
This of course means that Alcohol Gaze Nystagmus is a rare symptom of a Candida albicans infestation. Keep in mind that any number of Candida symptoms can appear at any time during a Candida overgrowth. In other words, just because your original symptoms did not include a specific symptom doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll never experience that symptom.