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Can lack of sleep cause eye floaters?

There are eye floaters in front of my eyes and i feel very tired because i went to bed too late last night. But i wonder if my eye floaters also caused by lacking of sleep. Can anyone explain to me?
09/27/2012
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  • Darek Darkowski

    This anwsear are wroted by moro** " it will cause strain on our eyes, which will cause your eye floaters w" eye strain have nothing to floaters. "Smoking:it is believed that smoking is the main cause of developing eye floaters. You are supposed to introduce hundreds of dangerous chemicals to your body when you are smoking, which will probably affect the circulation of blood in some parts of the body including the eyes, and make it easy to cause eye floaters." even my dog have more knowledge than you, smoking is not cause of floaters also circulation because vitreous dont consume oxygen, and chemicals from cigarettes dont pass there. ":Anxiety is another leading cause of eye floaters. Because a lot of stress might affect your blood pressure and then result in small vitreous detachments otherwise known as eye floaters. " moron the only how I can call you, again anxiety or high blood pressure, even very high such as yours became, will not cause this posterior vitreous detachment. YOu dont have blood in vitreous. ". The sleep lack may cause the floaters, because when you lack sleep, the eyes blood circulation will be slow, you will feel dry eyes or red eyes. When your eyes lack of blood, it will lack of oxygen supply as well as nourishing. Then your eyes will happen floaters, you would better take some vitamin A and relax to let your eyes recover, if the floater still exists, you may find a doctor for help." another moron, like I say blood flow have nothing to do with floaters. ". Typically speaking, eye floaters are derived from lack of sleep, excessive water taken, overuse of your eyes, etc. You said you went to bed late, and found yourself with eye floaters the following morning, so it is possible that your eye floaters are caused by lack of sleep and tiredness. "why only idiots answear here?. How excessive water taken cause floaters? purest stupidity, again overuse of your eyes dont cause floaters because vitreous only pass light nothing more.
    06/22/2015
  • Mohammad S.

    There are a lot of causes of eye floaters, and lack of sleeping is one of them. It is said that we need to sleep about 8 hours every night, otherwise, it will cause strain on our eyes, which will cause your eye floaters worse , especially when you felt very tired last night. You need to sleep a lot though. And there are some other factors that can cause eye floaters: Smoking:it is believed that smoking is the main cause of developing eye floaters. You are supposed to introduce hundreds of dangerous chemicals to your body when you are smoking, which will probably affect the circulation of blood in some parts of the body including the eyes, and make it easy to cause eye floaters. Anxiety:Anxiety is another leading cause of eye floaters. Because a lot of stress might affect your blood pressure and then result in small vitreous detachments otherwise known as eye floaters. You are supposed to visit your local ophtalmologist , and after it all, live a healthy lifestyle please.
    09/28/2012
  • Brittany green

    The symptom of eyes floaters will represent the black dots which float follows the movements of your eyes, just like flying mosquito. The vision will be effect by this symptom in certain extends. The vitreous opacitees may be caused by eye inflammation or intraocular hemorrhage. It may affect the retina and become worse. The sleep lack may cause the floaters, because when you lack sleep, the eyes blood circulation will be slow, you will feel dry eyes or red eyes. When your eyes lack of blood, it will lack of oxygen supply as well as nourishing. Then your eyes will happen floaters, you would better take some vitamin A and relax to let your eyes recover, if the floater still exists, you may find a doctor for help.
    09/28/2012
  • coulisse_16

    Indeed, a lack of sleep can results in eye floaters. Typically speaking, eye floaters are derived from lack of sleep, excessive water taken, overuse of your eyes, etc. You said you went to bed late, and found yourself with eye floaters the following morning, so it is possible that your eye floaters are caused by lack of sleep and tiredness. So, my advice for you is to live a routined life, develop good sleeping habits, and problems will be fenced off. OK? Anyway, you should attach more importance to your health, including your eye health!
    09/30/2012
  • walking_lives_

    Yes, sleep deprivation can cause eye issues, BUT if they're floaters, no that isn't the cause. Floaters are thick bits of vitreous humour and the floater you see is the shadow of light going around the little bit. They are nothing to worry about nor is there anything you can do about it.
    06/02/2015
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