Dots and strands in the field – of-view that is behind it

Everyone knows it – suddenly, small dots, clumps, or filaments appear within the field of view. But how do they arise?

Between the lens and the retina is called the vitreous body, a jelly-like substance, which ensures the strength of the eye is located. In a glass of body of tiny threads, which can clump together to swim. They then appear as a disturbing factor in our field of view. Our eye perceives them as small dots or threads. They are also referred to as a flying mosquito.

Especially on Sunny days, these opacities, points, or threads. The eyes flicker is normal and natural and is not a cause for concern.

The problem is serious, if this becomes a permanent Problem. Then urgently to an ophthalmologist should be consulted to avoid serious consequences.