Well, sorry to hear that. Actually, I have some previous experience the same with you and I was quite puzzled over it. However, later I found out that stress, whether resulted from work or emotions, could lead to flashing lights or put in another way, floaters. Obviously the answer is yes. And my advice for you is to slightly change your lifestyle and set up a more proper schedule.
I have the same experience with you.Some times, i feel flashing lights in the eyes.At first,i didn't take it seriously.After seeing a doctor,i am aware of the seriousness of the problem.Flashing lights in the eyes can be harmless or an indicator of a serious eye problem that needs immediate treatment.It's difficult to tell whether the symptoms you have come from stress or are the result of a serious disease like flashing lights in the eyes.Stress can cause several different visual problems. They may show sensitivity to light and even see flashing lights when you have them closed. From the facts mentioned above, we can find that stress can cause flashing lights in the eyes with other causes.
Well, generally speaking, stress can not lead to flashing light in the eyes. First, you should know that if you have flashes of light, it can be an indicator of a serious eye problem that needs immediate treatment. And also, according to many experts, flashes accompanied by vision loss or by a large number of floaters, small specks, which appear in your line of vision and appear to float or dart from side to side. Of course, there are many reasons which can cause flashing eyes, for example, severe recurrent headaches caused by blood vessel spasms in the brain that last from a few hours to several days, often can cause flashing light symptoms. Besides, Retinal detachment or retinal tears can also be a cause. Anyway, if you have this symptom for a long time, I will suggest you go and see a doctor.