Floaters: you eye’s optical illusion

floaters: you eye's optical illusion

Sight is one of the best senses that we have and often take for granted.

Sometimes, when we are staring at a blank computer screen or into a blank space, we often notice squiggly shadows resembling particles of dust. Of course, we know too well that this is not the case.

These “floaters” are an occurrence of aging, believe it or not. This is the Jelly-like substance called, vitreous becoming more liquid.

The Miniscule fibres within the vitreous cast shadows over the retina and that in result gives you the floaters that you see.

However, one should take caution if you see an increase in floaters and on a regular basis. This situation should be treated as serious and you should consult your nearest doctor.

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