How To Truly Get Rid Of Eye Floaters

Eye floaters, the small spots flying around in your vision, are on the rise. Our lifestyle changed. Your health is under attack. The first signs appear in your eyesight.

And eye floaters represent the first warning sign. More and more people get them at younger and younger age.

Basically, floaters indicate that your liver is not working properly. That you likely have too much stress. And that your body-mind system is not in great shape. Luckily, it's quite easy to fix all of that. Register a free account to learn how.

Here is a list of common client questions.

How Do You Get Rid Of Eye Floaters?

Harmless and less bothersome eye floaters don't need treatment in most cases. Because they fade away after some time. Best is to get rid of the root causes for eye floaters. These help:

  • Eating antioxidant-rich foods
  • Drinking antioxidant-rich juices
  • Taking supplements with Taurine (be careful!)
  • Taking Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Taking serrapeptase enzyme
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But you should seek medical advice for large agonizing and annoying ones. For severe cases, laser treatment may work. It helps zapping and vaporizing the floater. But you still will have to remove the root causes. Otherwise floaters come back.

What Are Eye Floaters Treatments?

Floaters do settle down on their own. In moderate cases, eye drops or a similar medication may be necessary. However, there are two eye floater treatments for a severe case. They are laser treatment and vitrectomy.

In laser surgery, the laser breaks floaters up. That makes them less noticeable and less bothersome. Vitrectomy removes floaters. The surgeon makes a small incision. Then he replaces it with a solution to maintain the shape of the eye.

What Causes Eye Floaters?

Floaters occur when the gel-like substance that fills 80% of the eye, slowly shrinks. It  becomes stringy in a way that the strands can cast tiny shadows on the retina. The reasons are old age, eye inflammation, bleeding in the eye and retinal tear.

What Do Eye Floaters Look Like?

Floaters are small, dark, shadowy shapes that look like spots, thread-like strands or squiggly lines. They feel like little cobwebs or specks that float in your field of vision.

Do Eye Floaters Go Away?

No, they don't go away completely. But they settle below the line of sight. Hence becoming less noticeable.

What Is The Best Treatment For Eye Floaters?

Getting rid of them naturally. By removing the underlying root causes. By living a healthier life and fixing your eye health.

In severe cases, laser treatment may be the best treatment for these floaters. It's a unique technology. It allows the surgeon to accurately visualize the floater. So the surgeon can apply the laser accurate and fast. So making the procedure safer.

But you still have to remove the root causes. Otherwise the floaters will come back.

How Long Do Eye Floaters Last?

Eye floaters don't go away completely once they form. They, however, become less noticeable over time. Because they reduce in size and settles down. When given enough time most floaters eventually become invisible.

Are Eye Floaters Dangerous?

Floaters are a common condition with adults and usually harmless. But when elderly people see flashes of light that could be a warning sign. It may indicate a detached retina. That can lead blindness. If floaters appear to increase in number. If they come with these flashes. Get a medical check. It can indicate other serious problems in the eye.

Take Away #1

To improve your floaters quickly, you have to fix your body-mind system.

How Can One Cure Eye Floaters?

You have to remove the underlying root causes. A lot has to do with your overall health. Over time they will become invisible.

The root causes are: diet, toxicity, hydration, and circulatory systems. Plus, research indicates that stress plays a key-role. So there are also root causes in the mind and emotions.

The eye industry claims that you can't heal floaters completely. They say they reduce in size after some time and become less noticeable. That happens either naturally on their own or through laser treatments.

But there are very specific steps you can take to improve your eye health. Register a free account to learn how.

How Do I Get Rid Of Floaters Naturally?

You have to get rid of the root causes. You have to improve your body-mind system. That includes your mind. It includes stress. Getting rid of your emotional root causes. And then addressing your diet, toxicity, and your body.

Quick fixes are:

  • drink plenty of water
  • get enough good sleep
  • eat organically
  • take high-quality supplements (including bilberry)
  • cut down on alcohol and coffee.

Are Eye Floaters Normal?

They are very common and usually no cause for alarm. But, if you get a lot of them with flashes of light, seek medical advice.

Can Eye Floaters Be Removed?

Yes. You can remove them through vitrectomy. But new floaters can still form afterward. Especially if the surgery itself causes bleeding and retinal tears.

Will Eye Floaters Go Away?

No, they don't go away permanently. But they settle below the line of sight. Hence becoming less annoying. They decrease in both darkness and size as time passes.

But you must get rid of the root causes to achieve this.

Take Away #2

When you improve your body-mind system, eye floaters will go away naturally.

Do Eye Floaters Ever Go Away?

No, they don't go away completely. But they settle below the line of sight. So they become less noticeable over time. Floaters will reduce in size over time and settle down. The brain has its way of adjusting and ignoring the situation.

Are Eye Floaters Bad?

Floaters are harmless in most cases and don't bother. But again if you experience many floaters with flashes of light, pay attention. It may be a warning sign and seek medical help.

Can Stress Cause Eye Floaters?

The presence of eye floaters is an obscure symptom of stress and anxiety. So the onset indicates excessive stress. They are more common in people with anxiety and panic disorder.

Even more interesting; once the anxiety goes away, so do floaters. As anxiety goes down, the patient experiences less floaters. Even to an extend that you can't notice them.

So some root causes are in the mind and emotions as well. It's not just about diet and toxicity.

How Can One Prevent Eye Floaters?

Eye floaters are a natural part of the human aging process. But you can easily delay the onset. Good eye health and reducing stress is key. To prevent floaters you have to reduce anxiety, manage stress, and learn good eye health habits.

Can You Get Rid Of Eye Floaters?

No, you can't get rid of them once they form. Because they are tissues. They heal on their own by settling below the line of sight. So they become less agonizing.

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Take Away #3

Learn how to reduce stress, improve your lifestyle, and fix your body-mind system to get rid of eye floaters.

What Are Eye Floaters Made Of?

Floaters are  clumps of the protein called collagen. That often look like dots, blobs, strands or cobwebs. Some people say they see cells or DNA floating in the eye.

Are Eye Floaters Permanent?

Eye floaters are permanent once they form. But the better you take care of your eyes, the less you will notice them. They decrease and fade away on their own, if you improve your eye health.

You must get rid of the underlying root causes.

Are Eye Floaters Serious?

There are two angles to this question; No, and yes. No, because some don't disturb at all. They can even go away unnoticed. Yes, if you see flashes of light with them. Or when you experience many floaters.

That can be a sign of the onset of retinal detachment. Because you see flashes when the vitreous gel pulls off the retina. That's serious.

So you should seek medical advice immediately.

If you do not treat this condition right away, it can lead to blindness. It can also mean that the retina itself dislodges from the back of the eye. That part contains blood nutrients and oxygen vital to healthy function.

That condition requires urgent attention. An eye surgeon can reattach the retina. That will restore normal function before vision loss occurs.

Where Do Eye Floaters Come From?

Floaters appear due to small pieces of debris that float in the vitreous humor of the eye. They occur behind the lens and in front of the retina. So the pieces cast shadows.

They are however a part of the natural aging process. The older we get, the more strands swirl in the humor. The vitreous humor is the liquid inside the eyeball. These strands throw shadows. Those shadows are the floaters you see.

What Do Eye Floaters Look Like?

Floaters are small, dark, shadowy shapes that look like spots, thread-like strands or squiggly lines. They feel like little cobwebs or specks that float in your field of vision.

They look like small pieces of debris to float in the vitreous humor of the eye.

How Many Eye Floaters Are Normal?

Floaters in your field of vision can be small or just one or two large ones. However, they quickly move out of your field of vision. They are harmless. But large floaters can distract. They cause focus issues. Especially when activities require high levels of concentration.

Take Away #4

Improve your blood circulation and eye floaters will disappear.

What Causes Eye Floaters And Flashes?

Vitreous gel pulling on the retina also cause floaters. It noticeable when you see flashing lights or lightening strikes with floaters. In that case the retina may detach or tear.

So when you have floaters with flashes, see an eye doctor as soon as possible.

What Helps Eye Floaters?

Floaters can annoy you. If too much, do this. Move your eyes to shift the fluid around. That will move floaters out of your field of vision. Looking up and down works better than side and side.

See an eye doctor, if there are so many that they block your side vision.

What Are Eye Floaters And Fuzzy Vision?

Floaters are small, dark, shadowy shapes that look like spots, thread-like strands or squiggly lines. They feel like little cobwebs or specks that float in your field of vision. Fuzzy vision refers to a lack of sharpness. It's the inability to see fine details. Floaters can cause temporary spots. These cast shadows that can turn into fuzzy vision.

What Are Eye Floaters And Flashes?

When the vitreous gel pulls on the retina, you may see what looks like flashing lights or lightning striking. This can mean the retina torn or has detached.

Go to your eye doctor as soon as possible.

What Causes Eye Floaters At A Younger Age?

Basically, poor eye health habits cause floaters. These habits cause a deterioration of the gel-like substance in the eye. It creates a water core for floaters to appear. It may also be a sign of eye problems.

It can be a sign for inflammation, inner-eye bleeding, or a retinal tear.

The floaters in young people are different than in older people. It's not pieces in the humor. They are in the pre-macular bursa area. That's on top of the retina. They are very small in size. They only appear bigger because of their so close to the retina. That makes it impossible to treat them. Floaters in young people are not the same as the one older people. They typically go away.

What Makes Eye Floaters Worse?

There are no obvious factors that can worsen eye floaters. What does make them worse is:

  • dehydration
  • toxicity
  • migraine headaches
  • anxiety
  • panic disorder
  • stress
  • bad circulation

Are Eye Floaters A Sign Of Diabetes?

Diabetes means that the body can breakdown sugar. Most people call this insulin resistance. The condition cannot cause floaters on itself.

But more advanced types of diabetes can cause diabetic eye diseases. Or lead to proliferative diabetic retinopathy. Both of these increase the risk of bleeding in the eye. That then can cause floaters.

So, diabetes can lead to floaters. But floaters don't mean that you have diabetes. It's pretty hard to diagnose diabetes without proper testing. So if in doubt, see a doctor.

Take Away #5

Serious degenerative diseases can cause floaters. But having floaters doesn't mean you are ill.

Are Eye Floaters A Sign Of Cancer?

Many symptoms of cancer mirror the symptoms of other medical conditions. That may confuse you.

So, floaters may indicate lymphoma or leukemia. But it's not that floaters are the warning sign. They may be an effect of the cancer. Not a sign thereof.

There is no need to panic or draw conclusions when you get floaters. You need to test for other health symptoms to draw conclusions. Do not panic over floaters!

What Causes Eye Floaters And Dizziness?

First, it may be a sign of a posterior vitreous detachment. Regular estimation of blood sugar is important. Because high blood sugar can lead to dizziness.

Sometimes, something blocks the arteries that supply the brain with blood. These blockages can cause a temporary loss of blood flow leading to dizziness.

Are Eye Floaters A Sign Of MS?

Floaters are one of the many visual symptoms of multiple sclerosis. But seeing floaters doesn't mean you have MS.

When you have MS your chances for floaters go up. But noticing floaters doesn't mean you have MS. To diagnose MS you need proper testing.

If you have MS and you notice floaters MS is a root cause. But getting floaters is not a sign of MS.

Are Eye Floaters A Sign Of Brain Tumor?

So like with MS. A brain tumor can cause floaters. But floaters don't mean you have a tumor.

Some brain tumors can cause visual problems. These are difficult to ignore. Problems with vision include seeing flashing lights, blurring, and floaters. But having floaters doesn't mean you have a brain tumor. Undergo targeted screening. Do not panic over floaters.

A brain tumor will have strong indicators than floaters. So floaters can be a result of a brain tumor. But floaters don't indicate a brain tumor alone.

Are Eye Floaters Treatable?

Yes, they are. In most cases, floaters settle down on their own without any effort needed from your part. In others, an eye drop or similar medication helps settle it.

You have to get rid of the underlying root causes.

Even if you undergo eye floater surgery. You still have to improve your eye health and get rid of the causes. Otherwise floaters will just come back.

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How Do Eye Floaters Form?

Inside your eyes is gel-like substance that fills 80% of the eye. When that shrinks or becomes stringy, you see floaters. These strands cast tiny shadows on the retina causing floaters.

Why Eye Floaters?

People use the term eye floaters to describe the following. Seeing floating spots within the vision when they look around. So the common term became floaters.

Take Away #6

Eye floaters are annoying, but not dangerous. To get rid of them, improve your body-mind system. Start below.

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