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Can Alcohol Cause Eye Floaters?

Remember that nothing in life every stays the same; this includes the vitreous gel in our eyes, it changes over time from solid gel to a more liquid material and with a more watery make up. If your body is dehydrated from alcohol that may help to contribute to the ultimate shrinkage and collapse of this gel like material.

Stringy, black webs that bob up and down in your vision are a reflection of the vitreal gel debris leftover after collapse. Tiny worm things that drift through your eyesight are strands of vitreal particles floating in the gel like vitreous cavity.

Hairlike dark floaters can look like they are swimming inside your eye as the vitreous gel moves back and forth. That's because they move to and fro freely in the gel of your eye.
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