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Many people wish to learn a natural and homemade way to treat these small dots that float aimlessly by our field of vision. And it was thinking about that that we made today’s video.
Many of you must be already familiar with the spots and small dots that float around your field of vision from time to time. But, as soon as you try to focus on them, they disappear.
Even though eye floaters do happen frequently as a result of advanced age, there are some other factors that can cause this problem.
Many of them are: inflamed eyes, eye bleeding, torn retina, diabetes, hypertension, myopia, and even some medicines.
Most eye floaters don’t require any treatments, if they are benign. But, if that bothers you, there are natural ways to reduce or even get rid of them.
Besides these natural medicines, there are some foods that can help reduce eye floaters, as is the case with leafy green vegetables, like spinach and kale.
Fish, such as salmon, tuna, and sardine;
Nuts, pistachio, and almonds;
Citrus fruits, like oranges, kiwi, and strawberry.
Besides your diet playing an important role in your eye’s health, see some other tips to prevent eye floaters:
Always use sunglasses to protect your eyes against harmful rays;
Avoid straining your eyes;
Do eye exercises;
Practice physical activities regularly, and drink lots of water.
Now that you know what must be done to treat eye floaters naturally, go ahead and try these medicines.
If you already tried any of these methods, share your opinions with us in the comments below.
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