Eye Floaters At Dusk - Are They More Common At Night?
Eye floaters at dusk can be a real problem for people who depend on clear vision when driving a
car at night. For most people floaters seem to stand out more against a light background, however for others they
seem to be more noticeable in the early evening hours.
What looks like specks of dirt or trash in your vision are actually small pieces of tissue
moving through your vision called eye floaters. They can happen in either eye and although they are very
distracting, happily they don't cause an eyesight problem for most people.
Some individuals describe seeing black amoeba, stringy insects, or crawling spiders and webs when they see
floaters in their eyes.