You may have experienced an instance where one of your eyelids began moving on its own. This condition is called myokymia, which refers to the “twitching” or involuntary, repetitive movement of the muscles of your eyes’ lower eyelid. The corneal reshaping specialists of the Institute for Control of Eye Myopia in Children take a look at what causes it to happen.
Have you ever noticed faint strings floating in your eyes when you stare at something for too long? If you haven’t, try it. Look up at a clear sky during the day and move your eyes around. After a short while, you’ll eventually notice them. Don’t worry, you don’t have to schedule an eye exam yet because these “floaters” are not particularly harmful. However, not many people are aware of what they are exactly.