Seeing Phosphene When You Close Your Eyes.?
Good afternoon. Lately I see phosphene when I close my eyes in a dark place. Is this condition dangerous. thank you
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Phosphene is a sensation of light that occurs when a person closes his eyes. This can occur due to mechanical disturbances from the retina due to rubbing or applying pressure on the eyeball. Phosphene can also occur when just switching from a bright room into a dark room, the body lacks oxygen, the body lacks blood sugar (hypoglycemia), or when blood pressure is low. In people with migraine headaches or patients undergoing radiation therapy in the head region also sometimes can experience this phenomenon.
Data, information or research on phosphorescence are now limited and further research is needed on this phenomenon. Phosphene in general is a condition that is not dangerous. But if there are the following symptoms, such as blurred vision or sudden loss of vision, there is like a black curtain in the field of view of the eye, severe pain in the eyes accompanied by nausea, vomiting, or if indeed the complaint of phosphene that you feel is disturbing then you should immediately consult a specialist doctor eye.
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