It consists of the impression of floating bodies that move with inertia with the movements of the eyeball and are perceived in situations of intense contrasts (blank page, clear sky, etc.). They are the result of the presence of opacities that form in the vitreous humor and that with the passage of light cast their shadow on the retina. They are a natural consequence of the aging of this vitreous body, which is losing water and decreasing in volume and the vitreous proteins that have lost water condense, losing transparency. However, they can also be present in young individuals in cases of ocular trauma. Although these spots appear to be in front of the eye, they float inside the eye.
Treatment: It is not necessary to treat, just drink plenty of fluids and periodic control.