Often Experience Phosphene When You Want To Sleep, Is It Dangerous?
u003cspan style = “color: # 000000; font-family: museosans300, sans-serif; ” u003eDok. For several months I have experienced phosphene every time I sleep usually occurs after I close my eyes for about 3-5 minutes when I realize that I have opened the phosphene and why my eyes flicker (clear blinking if the room has only a little light but when it is really dark my vision does not blink) what is the effect of phosphene huh? All I know is that phosphene occurs when the eyes are under pressure, but I experience phosphene almost as soon as I sleep. Is phosphene dangerous? u003c / span u003e
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Phosphene is a phenomenon that occurs when a person closes their eyes and it looks like a flash of light. This condition often occurs when a person moves from a bright room to a dark room, when blood pressure is low (hypotensive), lack of oxygen or blood sugar levels, and when someone deliberately puts pressure on the eyeballs when they are closed.
Phospene itself still requires further research but is usually not a life-threatening condition. But if you do feel other complaints that you feel are interfering with your activities, you should consult and directly examine a neurologist.
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