Nofap and eyefloaters

Discussion in 'Rebooting - Porn Addiction Recovery' started by DiegoNunez7749, Jul 25, 2020.

  1. Ruthless Hamster

    Ruthless Hamster Fapstronaut

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    Arthritis is a term that is used to refer to joint pain or joint diseases.

    I still don't understand what you're trying to achieve by mentioning irrelevant stuff. Eye floaters and arthritis are two very different things. One is generally harmless and isn't a disease, the other makes makes moving around a pain in the ass.
     
  2. DiegoNunez7749

    DiegoNunez7749 Fapstronaut

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    Dude when you have eyefloaters a lot of people don’t go outside, eyefloaters give you mental pain.
     
  3. Ruthless Hamster

    Ruthless Hamster Fapstronaut

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    How old are you if you don't mind me asking?

    Eye floaters don't cause mental pain, they're just bunched up little fibers of the gel-like substance that make a shadow over your retina which give you those "floaters". I've had eyefloaters and have been outside and I've never had mental pain. My friends and my family members have had eyefloaters and it doesn't cause any pain to them.

    I don't even get how you correlate "mental pain" with eye floaters. Eye floaters are something that's happening physically within your body, mental happens within your own mind. If you feel "depressed" because you have eyefloaters then that explains what you mean but they really are generally harmless.
     
  4. DiegoNunez7749

    DiegoNunez7749 Fapstronaut

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    Yeah they just give me stress and I’m 14
     
  5. Ruthless Hamster

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    So you're stressed because you're dealing with eyefloaters, even though you shouldn't be stressed about it because they gradually go away. Every person is different when it comes to how long it takes for it to go away but it can take from a couple of weeks to even months to even a year.. it really depends.

    You really don't need to worry about them. Go to your trusted doctor and ask him/her about eye floaters, they have all the information you would want to know and on top of that they'd even tell you what I have been saying, that it's generally harmless.
     
  6. thinking_differently

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    I don’t think so man.
    There’s no relation between the two.
    However Eyefloaters are much more common than people think!

    Stay Strong! Stay Calm!
     
  7. NaturalPornKiller

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    Perhaps abstaining from staring at a computer/phone screen for extended periods of time might relieve the intrusive presence of these eye floaters. It could be due to the damage that staring at these screens causes...maybe the eyefloaters are merely more/less noticeable while the eyes are either adjusting to or recovering from long periods of screen time...I dunno just a supposition
     
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