I'm not sure how long this has been happening, but occasionally I "see stars." It never happens for more than a few second. Sometimes its triggered if I jump don't from something, or today when I was warming up lifting weights I saw stars after one of the sets. It also sometimes happens when I am just walking around. I'd say on average it happens once a day.
I am 19 years old now and played football from age 10 to age 17. I recall one or two times when I was hit and "saw stars," but I never blacked out or anything. Furthermore, I never experienced any symptoms which I attribute to this up until a few months ago (I didn't start seeing stars in my everyday routine until a few months ago).
I am also depressed and oftentimes my head feels numb/emotionless. I am not sure if that is related or a bit of hypochondriasis, but I thought I should include that.
Any ideas? Normally if I had a problem with my body I wouldn't be concerned, but now that its my brain I am kind of worried. Thanks a lot!
Edit: Also normal/low blood pressure, low cholesterol, etc. - otherwise healthy
As with most health conditions, many things can cause these symptoms...but I see you note "normal/low blood pressure"...
Low blood pressure can be one of the "causes" of seeing stars...and some eye problems (some of which can be caused by low blood pressure) also can cause stars. Although most people experience seeing stars at some point in their life, you say that you are experiencing the stars daily...that suggests that you should get in to see a physician about your problem. The treatment may be something so simple as increasing your fluid intake and your electrolytes, but it would be best to check out causes other than low blood pressure.
Come to think of it, my diet contains virtually no salt. I watch everything that I eat. I'll make sure to salt my food at dinner and hopefully some of this will be relieved. I also have been having on and off muscle spasms that last a few minutes in my shoulders, calfs, quadracepts and triceps which seems consistent with lack of electrolytes. I drink a lot of fluids which might even worsen this (dilution of electrolytes).