You will notice small moving bodies that resemble insects and especially flies when you stare at a light background. You can also see spider web shapes, dark dots, fine lines or small spots at times. They are most clearly noticeable when looking up at the sky or looking at a clear, even surface such as a white wall.
It is recommended not to underestimate this phenomenon which in scientific terms coincides with floaters because it could hide pathologies that are not always related to sight. In fact, it can happen that the visual disturbances that appear during middle age are a symptom of many other diseases and alterations in progress. It is therefore worth knowing that “after 40 these are the normal values of blood sugar, cholesterol, triglycerides and pressure”.
And that undergoing blood and urine tests could really reveal ailments on which to intervene in time before becoming chronic.
Floaters can, in fact, result from too high levels of glucose in the blood and therefore affect diabetic patients. By monitoring blood glucose it is possible to understand if you are at risk of diabetes which could manifest itself in the form of diabetic retinopathy. If the vision appears, therefore, blurred by the presence of moving corpuscles, the link with an excess of sugar in the bloodstream could first be verified. In this regard, nutritionists recall that “2 tablespoons are enough before lunch and dinner to lower blood sugar levels in 1 hour and a half and bad cholesterol”.
Who sees the flying flies in the eyes, with these checks at 50, avoids 5 diseases
The second value to monitor in case of floaters is that of blood pressure. This is because in the case of hypertension very often there are sudden changes and pressure peaks that subject the walls of the arteries to considerable stress.
In addition, the flying flies could reveal that uveitis is ongoing, an infection of the uvea that has the function of spraying the eyes. Another value to be monitored carefully concerns ocular pressure since floaters can reveal the presence of glaucoma.
Finally, the use of the specialist should not be underestimated when a transparent vision is lacking. The alterations and impairment of the transparency of the vitreous body could in fact reveal the onset of tumors such as choroid melanoma, lymphoma or retinoblastoma. This is why those who see flying flies in the eyes, with these checks at 50, avoid 5 diseases.
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