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How to Help With Eye Floaters Using Spooky2 4

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Sometimes in your life, especially when you get older, you look at the sky one day, and suddenly you may notice a few specks floating in front of your eyes. They are like dust on a camera lens. You try to blink them away or rub your eyes, but they stay anyway, even when you look elsewhere. If you experience this, you may have eye floaters.

What Are Eye Floaters?

Eye floaters are spots in your vision. They may look to you like black or gray specks, strings, or cobwebs. They may drift about when you move your eyes. Floaters appear to dart away when you try to look at them directly.

Floaters are common, and for many people, it occurs naturally with aging. In most cases, people hardly notice the floaters because they get used to them over time. However, if you notice a sudden increase in eye floaters, contact an eye specialist immediately — especially if you also see light flashes or lose your vision. These can be symptoms of an emergency that requires prompt attention.

What Are the Symptoms of Eye Floaters?

Symptoms of floaters can include:

  • They can be different shapes, such as tiny spots, flecks, clear little bubbles, threads, or webs.
  • They are particularly visible when looking at a light-colored area (such as a blue sky).
  • They move as the eyes move, often with a slight lag.
  • Large floaters can present as diminished areas of vision, but this is very rare.

What Are the Causes of Eye Floaters?

They are caused by changes over time to the “jelly” (vitreous) inside your eyes, which is attached to the retina. Tiny collagen fibers inside the vitreous clump together and cast a shadow over the retina. An eye floater is this shadow that you see.

Floaters can also result from:

  • Inflammation: Posterior uveitis is inflammation in the back of the eye. Posterior uveitis releases inflammatory debris into the vitreous. This debris forms eye floaters that we see in front of us.
  • Post eye surgeries and medications: Medications and surgeries injected or performed in the vitreous can cause air bubbles to form afterward. These air bubbles cast shadows and become eye floaters.
  • Bleeding in the eye: Bleeding into the vitreous can have many causes, including retinal tears and detachments, diabetes, high blood pressure (hypertension), blocked blood vessels, and injury. Blood cells are seen as floaters.

How Are Eye Floaters Treated?

Benign ones rarely require medical treatment. If you have so many that they block your vision, there are two types of possible treatment:

  • Surgery to remove the floater (vitrectomy)
    Vitrectomy involves making a tiny cut in the eye to remove some or all of the vitreous.
  • Laser treatment (vitreolysis)
    Vitreolysis uses laser light to treat your eye floaters. Quick pulses of laser light are applied to your eye through a contact lens. This converts the collagen into gas. This makes the floater smaller or completely removes it.

How Can Spooky2 Help with Eye Floaters?

Spooky2 is the most Effective and Affordable Rife system available today. It has the world’s largest frequency database with multiple presets and over 60,000 programs, designed to provide precise and beneficial frequencies for various ailments, including eye floaters.

Spooky2 Rife Frequency solution can be an alternative to traditional medical approaches. If you are seeking a safe and natural way to alleviate your eye floaters while avoiding the side effects of prescription drugs, Spooky2 is a good choice.

Here is an example of running programs for eliminating eye floaters through Spooky2 remote mode:

First, correctly connect the generator and the remote.
Second, choose Shell (Empty) Presets > Remote > Healing (R)-JW.

Then, go to the Programs tab and type in the keywords “eye floaters” to search for the programs you need. Double-click the programs to load them to your generator.

Finally, go to the Control tab, tick “Overwrite Generator,” choose your generator port, and click the “Start” button to start.

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Conclusion

Eye floaters are very common and usually have a minor impact on people’s lives. However, if it seriously affects your vision or physical and mental health, you can ask an eye specialist for necessary action.

If you want to try Spooky2 to help with your eye floaters, we would like to recommend Spooky2 XM Generator Remote Kit. This kit contains everything you need to set up and run our Spooky2 Remote mode, which allows you to get treatments anywhere and anytime. We are celebrating Spooky2 11th anniversary now, during which you can enjoy 9% off! Don’t miss your chance!

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4 Comments

  1. Thankyou very informative article

    Keith MacFarlane
    1. Dear friend, thanks for your approval and love! We’ll keep improving ourselves! Look forward to your more attention! 🙂

  2. 5 years I had a vitreous detachment in my right eye and 2 years ago I had a allergic reaction cause pulsing and the release of debris off the muscles in my left eye. As a result, both eyes fogged and have floaters. I need bright light to see well and should not drive at night. I read the above and programmed my XM generator in the remote mode. 11 hours later I noticed my vision being brighter. and the floaters dissipating. Another life changing event from my Spooky2 Rife machine, better than any doctor or medication. Spooky2 has saved my life and given me quality of life.

    Dwayne Koval
    1. Dear Dwayne, thanks for your support and sharing, we are sooo happy to see that the troubles caused by this problem are gradually reducing! Really haope you can get better and better! Have a nice day! 🙂

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