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neuroadaption of brain
i dont know whether i can ask this question in this forum.my question about neuroadaption.i got eye floaters .floaters r tiny particles that move inside the vitreous of eye.they r due to aging process of eyes and noway harmful to eyes.but they r annoying this particles appear like dots and line in our vision.it can be treated only by a complex process of vitrectomy and most docs r reluctant to do it.All eyes docs advised me to live with floaters and try to ignore it.they say brain can tune them out by neuroadaption.they r annoying me and is there any neuroadaption capability for brain
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My wife gets them and she sometimes tries to swat them thinking they are an insect.  I guess like biofeedback you can train the brain to ignore them.  Good luck!
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