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Is there a relationship between eye floaters and depression?

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Dr. Richard Levenson
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Depression

Depressed people (and those who are anxious) seem to be more aware of what goes on with their bodies.
As a result, while there may be no scientific relationship, depressed people may report seeing floaters more than those who are not depressed.

In brief: Depression

Depressed people (and those who are anxious) seem to be more aware of what goes on with their bodies.
As a result, while there may be no scientific relationship, depressed people may report seeing floaters more than those who are not depressed.
Dr. Richard Levenson
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Dr. Rajesh Khanna
Ophthalmology

In brief: Yes

Depressed people are more likely to notice foaters.

In brief: Yes

Depressed people are more likely to notice foaters.
Dr. Rajesh Khanna
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