The Main Reason For Eye Floaters: Changes In The Vitreous Body
The wispy dark lines that you see shifting in your eyes to the right and left are indicative of floaties of the
eyes. As the floaters fly by your vision like bugs, gnats, or mosquitoes in your eyes, remember that it's the
vitreous gel that is shrinking and becoming liquified that is the cause for this. In other words, the remnants of
vitreous shrinkage result in dark strands floating in your vision.
"Ring floaters" that look like a crystal worm stand out against the contrast of your
computer monitor or ipad screen. When you move your head up and down rapidly you can really make your black eye
floaters shift throughout the vitreous gel inside your eyes.