Headaches And Floaters In Vision

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Testosterone is very important for men and women. However, men produce testosterone about 40 to 60 times more than women. Typically, testosterone levels in men are 30% higher in the morning than at night.

This may explain why men are more interested in sex in the morning and that is why the spontaneous morning erections.

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Adding some of these foods to your daily diet can increase your levels of long-term testosteroneIn. These foods are also known as natural food for libido enhancers and aphrodisiacs and can be used for both mans and women.

Foods that increase testosterone production and how they work.

Oysters are high in zinc, which increases the production of testosterone and sperm. Zinc is essential for many processes in the body, helps build new cells, stimulate the immune system, promotes growth, mental alertness, aids in brain function and plays an active role in the male reproductive system and women who give enough testosterone.

Fresh oysters are best eaten raw. They are also a good source of magnesium and phosphorus, and an excellent source of protein, vitamin D, vitamin B12, iron, copper, manganese and selenium.

The essential fats like Omega 3 fatty acids found in fish and flaxseed as well as saturated fats are essential for normal testosterone production.

Salmon and sardines as another good source of B vitamins B5, B6, B12, which are important for good reproductive health. Salmon is also a great source of vitamin A and zinc.

Bananas are good because they are rich in B vitamins, such as potassium and riboflavin are necessary for the production of testosterone. Bananas contain the bromelain enzyme that is believed to increase male libido.

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Avocados contain vitamin B6, in the increased production of male sex hormone and have high levels of folic acid, which helps metabolize protein to maintain healthy skin and nerves.

In addition, the avocado also has potassium which helps regulate the thyroid gland that can help increase libido male.Other nutritional benefits found in avocados, folic acid, B vitamins and vitamin E. The avocado is virtually the only fruit that has monounsaturated fat. Other sources of vitamin B6 are bananas, raspberries, watermelon, peppers and Brussels sprouts.

headaches and floaters in vision

28 thoughts on “Headaches And Floaters In Vision

  1. What does it mean to be seeing flashing lights in vision?
    Its sorta like what happens when you look at a bright light and see spots afterwards. Its kind of like a kaleidescope and on the outside of my vision in the right eye… and its spreading. I didn’t even stare at a light! What is it?

    • First, do you get headaches soon after this happens? It could be a migraine.
      Second, do you notice these when you are especially dehydrated or tired? It could be an ocular migraine.
      Last, since the onset, have you been noticing an increased number or size of floaters? This could indicate a detachment inside your eye and you should call your eye doctor as soon as possible for an appointment.

  2. Could TMJ cause popping noises around the eyes and behind the nose?
    I also have real bad eye pressure and headaches. I can’t move my eyes to the far left or right, or it hurts. I’m also having vision problems. Seeing lots of tiny floaters, vision snow and lines. Would a neurologist be best suited for this problem?

    • It could. If you have TMJ you have tight muscles in your jaw causing it and you can free up the muscles to get rid of it and here’s how to free them up:
      Jaw muscles, TMJ:
      Put your fingers on your head so your thumbs are behind your ears. Press into the back of your jaw next to the skull and hold that pressure. After 30 seconds slowly raise your head until your neck is fully extended then open your mouth as far as you can. Release the pressure but hold your head and mouth like that for another 30 seconds.
      Your headaches and pains around your eyes are caused by tight neck muscles. The neck muscles go to the top of your head where they connect to muscles that go around your head. When the neck muscles get tight they pull on the muscles going around your head and when they go into pain you have your headache. The nerves for your eyes go to the back of your head, passing right next to the neck muscles. When the neck muscles are tight they can press into the nerves for your eyes which causes a pressure on the back of the eyes where the nerve is attached. More pressure on the nerve causes the pupils to dilate to make you either sensitive to light or things to go blurry. To get rid of these problems you have to free up your neck muscles and here’s how to do that:
      Neck
      Put your hands alongside your head so your thumbs are on the front of the muscle under your ear and your fingers are on the back of the muscle behind your neck. Squeeze your thumb and fingers together and hold. Relax your body. When your fingers and thumb touch, about two minutes, slowly lower your head as far as you can, release the pressure but hold your neck lowered for another 30 seconds.
      For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.

  3. Floaters. Anyone else have a problem with little black dots in front of their eyes?
    Lately I’ve started noticing some small fuzzy black dots in my field of vision, especially in front of the computer screen. An internet search told me it was ‘floaters’ and usually nothing to worry about. Does anyone else have this? Have you seen an eye doctor? Does it get worse or will this go away? I find it quite annoying.
    Thanks, it’s only been the last week that I’ve realised I had them, and it’s really worrying me (I would hate to lose my sight) – your comments are reassuring. So, this will never go away then? Has anyone had them, and lost them? If so, what did you do to lose them….

    • Hello there I see floaters as well… I notice them most often when I look at the sky or a plain background. I have noticed them for years now and in that time I have seen an eye doctor at least a few times and everything is fine :) It is possible to get worse… and they do not go away. As you have seen this is what they look like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Floaters.png
      I answered a question similar to this one the other day and here is some more info…

      “Floaters are actually tiny clumps of gel or cells inside the vitreous, the clear jelly-like fluid that fills the inside of your eye.

      Floaters may look like specks, strands, webs or other shapes. Actually, what you are seeing are the shadows of floaters cast on the retina, the light-sensitive part of the eye.”

      Floaters are USUALLY quite normal and can accompany a headache.
      If the following happens that is when they are a problem
      “If you suddenly see new floaters, or eye floaters accompanied by flashes of light or peripheral vision loss, it could indicate serious conditions such as diabetic retinopathy; vascular abnormalities such as retinal hemorrhages or carotid artery disease, or the beginning of a retinal detachment. The retina can tear if the shrinking vitreous gel pulls away from the wall of the eye. This sometimes causes a small amount of bleeding in the eye that may appear as new floaters. You should see your eye doctor immediately”

      Yes they can be annoying but best thing to do is ignore them and they go away :)

      Hope that helps a bit hun :)

  4. What could the cause of black floaters in my left eye be from?
    for a couple years I’ve had like 2 black floaters in my left eye but Ive also been really dizzy and forget alot ….seems weird and I feel like something else is going on..My dr says its just anxiety but never even responds about the floaters….Im making an eye appt right now but has anyone ever experienced this or have any suggestions? thank you much in advance..

  5. What are the most common symptoms of a brain tumor?
    I have been smelling this strange scent everywhere, and tasting the same gross taste in my mouth. And sometimes I feel a strange pulsating sensation in my left ear (sometimes it is an ear ache). Also, sometimes I see floaters in my vision. It sometimes seems like I see a spark-like figure in the corner of my eye (both right and left), but when I look to my side there is nothing there. I get headaches sometimes, not too often. And they are never very painful. I have had some pain behind my left eye too.

    • Have you had really bad sinus infections?? Go and check it out with your family doc. MRI’s and other scans are not necessary at this point. Figure out the obvious connections before you jump into anything else. Don’t put your cart in front of the horse! Good luck!

  6. How bad is it to see floaters in my eyes?
    I always see these little floaters running down my right eye and I always see those swiggly lines everyday. It happens at least one or two hours apart.

    • floaters are common and harmless, but they can also be an indicator of other things.

      cluster migraines—-usually happens before the headache
      vision problems—-get your eyes checked.

      A tear in the retina can cause floaters too, but most retinal tears heal themselves in a short time, otherwise surgery may be required.

      Just listen to your body and stay consistent with your physical exams at your doctor. No one is too young to have preventative exams performed.

  7. What types of things do you see with migraine aura?
    i see static vision,wave like things,floaters,shadows,afterimages. i have had an mri,seen an eye doctor, and neurologist. they said it might be migraine aura without a migraine. what do you usually see?

    • I have had migraine with aura for years. For a long time I saw mostly vibrating lines, mostly in a circular form. I have also gone temporarily blind in one eye. Lately I see big purple spots, sometimes blocking my vision in one eye completely. Interestingly, when I close that eye, I can see fine. I believe what I have is “Ocular migraine” since I seldom get much of a headache. Other things can happen too, though. I have lost the ability to do simple math and to speak coherently for 30 minutes, the usual length of my auras. I don’t believe MRI’s or any other tests show migraine. They are diagnosed by symptoms. If your visual images always last a specific amount of time and then go away, then you most likely do have migraine. It also is common to feel very tired the day before. If you get a headache after you get these things, it is definitely migraine. Taking Advil or some such medication as soon as you get the aura helps ward off the headache.

  8. I have a problem with my vision, is it neurological or optical?
    So basically everywhere I look there are millions (if not billions of) whizzing white or black dots. When I’m particularly stressed they are larger, black and sometimes I have rims of colour around them. When I have headaches they bounce and flash and some are a lot bigger than others.

    • Here is what points to it being neurological:
      Some spots are white; impossible with opacities inside your eye. they always cast a shadow.
      Whizzing; floaters in your eye move slowly.
      Increase when stressed; some people notice floaters more when stressed but that factor points tward it being neurological.
      Accompanied by headaches; Points to migraine auras
      Not associated with one eye:

  9. Can a migraine headache bebseen on a CT scan, MRI or PET scan?
    I’m getting an MRI with contrast in seven days. I’m very afraid of them finding something because I’ve had terrible migraines. My migraines cause dizziness, fatigue, eye floaters, numbness, temporary hearing loss and blurry vision. Can my MRI actually show my migraines? How they start? Why I have them? I’ve had a clear CT scan 3 months ago, but it didn’t help my anxiety go away because I know CT Scans aren’t reliable.

    • CT scans ARE reliable. Depends upon what you are looking for, The scale of a pathology makes a real difference.

  10. What are those clear, squiggly eye-floater things that sometimes get caught in your vision?
    You know what I’m talking about?

    They’re little transparent squiggly lines that float around in your field of vision and when you try to look at them they move in the same direction of your eye movement.

    I know this sounds crazy, but there’s nothing wrong with my vision and I can’t be the only one who sees them!

  11. What are the translucent bubble-like shapes that seem to float around on the surface of my eyes on sunny days?
    They’re most noticable on bright sunny days, but they’re always in my vision.
    They’re definitely physical objects and not my imagination because they’re affected by gravity (They sink down when my eyes are still and then bounce back up when I move my eyes).
    You do know what I’m talking about, right?
    What are those things?
    I hope I’m not the only person who sees those things.

    • Hey there! Do they look like this?
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Floaters.png

      Well then you have floaters!!! Many people get them!
      I see floaters as well… I notice them most often when I look at the sky or a plain background. Its very normal for people that are nearsighted or people in their adulthood to see them.
      Here is some more info on them:
      “Floaters are actually tiny clumps of gel or cells inside the vitreous, the clear jelly-like fluid that fills the inside of your eye.

      Floaters may look like specks, strands, webs or other shapes. Actually, what you are seeing are the shadows of floaters cast on the retina, the light-sensitive part of the eye.”

      Floaters are USUALLY quite normal and can accompany a headache.
      If the following happens then the floaters could indicate a problem:
      “If you suddenly see new floaters, or eye floaters accompanied by flashes of light or peripheral vision loss, it could indicate serious conditions such as diabetic retinopathy; vascular abnormalities such as retinal hemorrhages or carotid artery disease, or the beginning of a retinal detachment. The retina can tear if the shrinking vitreous gel pulls away from the wall of the eye. This sometimes causes a small amount of bleeding in the eye that may appear as new floaters. You should see your eye doctor immediately”

      They can be annoying but best thing to do is ignore them and they go away :)

      Hope that helps a bit hun :)

  12. What is happening when I see a bright circular light in my eyes?
    What is happening when I see a bright circular light in my eyes?

    I’ve had this happen twice now. I start to feel icky. Not sick to my stomach, or headache, not flu like, just icky and then this bright light appears in my eyes like when a eye doctor is looking into my eye when I have an eye exam with his light. I mean it’s that bright. The only other way I could explain it is like the old time flash in a camera and you look away and you see a dark spot, well this is the opposite. I am 55 years old. And sure some people will write and say see a doctor, but the closest one is 100+ miles away. Plus it’s only happened twice, in the last few months. What do you think it is? So I can research it over the internet and then travel those 100 miles etc. Thanks!

    • Do you have floaters? Floaters will appear as little black specks in your vision. If you have those and are seeing the bright flashes of light then you really need to get to a doctor as soon as possible. Your retina could be detaching. This also can be caused by an ocular migraine. Look up floaters and ocular migraines on the internet and read more about the symptoms of each.

  13. what are the symptoms that your doc prescribed you the wrong prescription of contacts?
    Ive had contacts for years,no problem.and about 2 weeks ago i went to the eye doctor to get a check up.the doctor gave me stronger contacts.since then my vision has been blurry,Ive had MAJOR headaches,doubled vision,and floaters.I’m really scared about going blind! could i be going blind? What should I do?

    • Don’t worry , you aren’t going blind.

      The obvious thing to do is go back and tell them the problems you are having. The new prescription may be too strong for you.

      They will recheck everything, and if they need to be changed, they will order more and replace them for you.

  14. Is temporary blurred vision associated with anything besides high blood sugar?
    I’m concerned since it tends to happen to me every once in a while. I’m getting a diabetes test tomorrow just to be safe, but I’m also wondering if there is any other reason. My maternal grandfather has type 2 diabetes. The kind you aren’t always born with.

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