Do you see those tiny dark specks floating in front of your eyes right now? They’re called eye floaters. But more importantly, you’re probably wondering, “Are they serious? And why do we have them in the first place?” Well, let’s just say there’s a lot more to them than you think. Here’s the 411 on eye floaters.
What are eye floaters?
Eye floaters are tiny black or gray specks that appear in your field of vision. They’re especially noticeable when you look at something bright, such as white paper, a blue sky or a white computer screen. Although they can be slightly annoying at times, eye floaters are very common and usually don’t interfere with your sight.
Eye floaters move as the eyes move. You’ll also notice that eye floaters never seem to stay still when you try to focus on them directly. They can appear in a variety of sizes and shapes, such as:
- Black or gray dots
- Squiggly lines
- Threadlike strands
- Cobwebs Ring shaped
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