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Austin gerard

Can glaucoma be reversed?

I got glaucoma. Is there any treatment that can cure it? Any suggestion?
12/07/2012
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  • Jordyn adams

    Currently, there are many kinds of medications used to treat glaucoma. They have the effect of lowering the eye pressure or controlling the fluctuation of the eye pressure through reducing the product of the aqueous humor or promoting the outflow of the aqueous humor. And you can cure glaucoma through surgery, such as a canaloplasty, argon laser trabeculoplasty or trabeculectomy. In your daily life, you should keep a good mood and free from anger. Smoking and alcohol are not allowed. Do not eat too much fat meat and eggs. Do not eat too much water at a time. Also, do not stay in a dark room for a long time and after reading or burying your head into your work for an hour, you should raise your head and rest for at least ten minutes.
    12/10/2012
  • walkingnreverse

    Well, first, you should know that glaucoma actually is related to a group of diseases and it can cause damage to the optic nerve as a result of increased pressure within the eye. And also, according to some researches, a severe eye infection, injury, blocked blood vessels or inflammatory conditions of the eye can lead to glaucoma. To treat it, for example, you can try to use some lutein, which can improve visual function and it is effective to your situation. Also, drinking more water and eating fruits are also important. By the way, you can take daily supplements of eyebright, for eyebright can increase eyesight while combating cataracts and glaucoma. Besides, you should also eliminate stimulants from your diet that can aggravate glaucoma, such as caffeine, tobacco. anyway, just pay more attention to it.
    12/10/2012
  • constans

    Yes, you could do the surgery to treat the glaucoma which could cure your eyes in the effective and safe way. Usually the good hospital will provide the surgery with 100% promise of treatment. Thus, you'd better choose the creditable hospital. After the surgery, you'd better have the good rest for the eyes.
    12/17/2012
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