You are living a beautiful sunny day around
outdoors, and when it enters the enclosed house and dark, begins to see black dots, and have
a blurred vision. Has this ever happened to you? These points are called floats.
eyepieces. Do you know what this is? Eye floats are those points
tiny spots or spots that wander aimlessly by your field of vision. Even though they seem annoying, they often
they are not cause for alarm. But what generates the eye floats? When we were born until our youth, the
Vitreous has a gelatinous consistency. But as we get older, the vitreous
begins to dissolve to create a center aqueous. So some gel particles, in ways
irregular, fibrous, light or dark, can float in the most liquid center of the vitreous,
which takes the famous spots in our field of vision. Also, these particles never seem
stand still when you try to focus in them. Blurred vision or blurred vision is
linked to lack of sharpness resulting in the inability to see fine details. These are a more common and frequent problem.
in our society due to many problems such as using smartphones,
computers and tablets. One of the symptoms of blurry vision is dizziness.
and the frequent headache. Among the causes of blurred vision is migraine,
stress, anxiety, and other causes, including stroke. In addition, some medicines may also
lead to a temporary blurring of vision as a side effect. Blurred vision may arise from birth,
or be acquired over the years. If you notice that the vision has become blurred,
gradually and progressively consult a Ophthalmologist. He will request exams to detect the
causes of this problem, including some diseases that can cause blurred vision, as is the
case of myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, Presbyopia, cataract, glaucoma and diabetes. But if your case is floats, know
that they are harmless. Many will disappear over time and become
less hassle. In most cases, it is not necessary to
treatment. But if they persist and become very
nuisances it is better to consult an ophthalmologist.