Glaucoma Treatment: What You Need to Know
Glaucoma is an eye illness in which the optic nerves of your eye are destroyed as a result of high pressure in your eye, resulting in vision loss or blindness. The optic nerve is responsible for transmitting visual information from your eye to your brain. Your brain relies on these messages to build an image. Glaucoma causes fluid to accumulate in the front of your eye. This additional fluid causes pressure in your eye, eventually damaging the optic nerves. This is referred to as intraocular pressure. However, some patients with low eye pressure are also affected by glaucoma.
If glaucoma is left untreated for an extended period of time, there is a risk of permanent vision loss and blindness. After cataracts, glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness. Glaucoma
Medication, eye drops, laser surgery, surgery, and more treatments are available for glaucoma.
What Factors Contribute to Glaucoma?
•High or low intraocular pressure
•Obstruction of your eye's drainage channel
Glaucoma signs and symptoms
•Eye discomfort or pressure
•Vomiting and nausea
•Light halo effects
•Primary open-angle glaucoma
•Glaucoma (closed-angle glaucoma)
•Glaucoma with normal tension
•Glaucoma during birth
Who is at risk of developing glaucoma?
•A diabetic individual
•Hypertension (high blood pressure)
•A history of eye injury or surgery
•Glaucoma in the family
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