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How The Vitreous Gel Cause Floaters To Happen 

Central black floaters that look like tiny little bugs in your eyes come from vitreous collapse and liquification. If you get aggravated by new eye floaters starting again, remember that the vitreous gel is the reason, it changes and shrinks with time to become more liquified.

What can look like dots or bubbles of air in your vision is really just the small remnants of tissue floating in the vitreous gel. Looking up at the clear blue sky or a white fluffy cloud is the best way to make your floaters stand out. This is due to the shadows cast onto the back of the eye from the floaters.

The wisp like outlines of material always are in continual motion in the vitreous gel so you can't make them stop even if you stare at them.
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