I have posted some questions in the past, but please inform me about this question I have. I'm 21 years old and wear glasses, although they are not completely necessary (left -0.5, right -1). When I'm not wearing glasses and are about 3 meters away from the target I can see small interruptions (lines) if I look at at the sides of a door or window where the wood or plastic meets the glass or when looking at the blue edge of the Windows Media player on my computer from 1 meter away. The lines seem to match the color (in case of the Windows Media player the background black color). My left eye (-0.5) has this problem to a much lesser extent and if I put my glasses on I can't see the interruption anymore. What could cause this effect? Please react, because I'm a little scared now, maybe it could become much worse!
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