The shadows that you experience are known as eye floaters. They are made up of the vitreous, a clear gel-like material that fills most of the eye. The floaters may appear to you as grey or black specks, strings, or cobwebs that drift about when your eye and the vitreous gel inside the eye moves.
Mental health conditions like schizophrenia or a bipolar disorder. Drugs and alcohol. Alzheimer's disease or parkinson's disease. A change or loss of vision, such as charles bonnet syndrome.
People diagnosed with schizophrenia and schizo-affective disorder talked about seeing things that weren't 'really' there, including lights and shadows, people, demons and animals.
Are the cells in the eyes that see color. If you stare at one color for too long, they fatigue. Until they recover, it's a common optical illusion to see the opposite color on the color wheel. So, staring at yellow for too long can make you see purple.
You may experience spots and random bursts of color in your vision after rubbing your eyes or putting direct pressure on your eyeball. These spots and bursts of color are called phosphenes. Phosphenes should go away after several moments and can appear as spots, bars, or random patterns of colorless or colored light.
A cat's vision is similar to a human who is color blind. They can see shades of blue and green, but reds and pinks can be confusing. These may appear more green, while purple can look like another shade of blue. Cats also don't see the same richness of hues and saturation of colors that we can.
Unless it's absolute darkness, cats can figure out their owner in low light settings by their silhouette. Although, the minor details might be blurry, cats can recognize their owners in the dark. However, cats are near-sighted which means they can't focus on distant objects as clearly as humans.
Flashes of light in one or both eyes (photopsia) blurred vision. Gradually reduced side (peripheral) vision. A curtain-like shadow over your field of vision.
Dogs can see color, but only in shades of blue and yellow. Because dogs can only see two colors, they have dichromatic vision. They can also see shades of gray. Colors such as red, orange, and green are out of a dog's color spectrum, so these colors are not visible to dogs.
Is a disorder that causes you to see static. Some describe it as seeing things in a snow globe that's been shaken up. There are flickering dots throughout your field of vision. The “snow” you see may be colorful, black-and-white or transparent.
Beyond pounding pain in the head, migraines can cause additional symptoms, including blurry vision and other vision changes. Many migraine-associated vision symptoms occur as auras. These are warning signs that precede classic migraines.
They are usually seen at night or in low light conditions. They may last for a few seconds or several minutes. They can occur off and on for several weeks or months.
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