All these troublesome conditions can be from damage to the eye itself, a condition of the body which thankfully can be reduced or avoided.
Blurred vision refers to lessening of the sharpness of vision and not being able to see small details. Blurred vision can affect both eyes, but some people experience blurry vision in one eye only.
Blurry spots, are dark "holes" in the visual field in which nothing can be seen. They come in different shapes and sizes and can look like rain drops, dark spots, cobwebs, thread-like strands, or hair.
Floaters are small bits of protein or other material that drift in the clear gel-like part of the eye.This often happens during the normal aging process.Most floaters are normal.