If signs of glaucoma should consult a doctor to adjust your lifestyle and diet, to use folk remedies to reduce eye pressure.
Glaucoma can be distinguished by the following signs: itchy eyes, heaviness in the eyes, headache, the appearance of iridescent circles when looking at light sources. If you have any of these symptoms should immediately undergo appropriate examinations at the ophthalmologist for treatment: therapeutic, with eyedrops for better outflow of aqueous fluid or reducing its production; laser or surgical. It is recommended to detect glaucoma in the early stages after the age of 40 to undergo an annual examination.
For lowering eye pressure must be maintained gentle common mode excluding overvoltage and too high physical activity, limiting the amount of salt and of fluids you drink up to 6 glasses a day exclusion from the diet of coffee, strong tea, a ban on alcohol and Smoking. In addition, you need to eat more foods containing vitamins a, b, C, D, PP, and calcium. Very useful lessons with variety (swimming, badminton, tennis), Hiking, lasting more than 30 minutes and professional therapeutic massage of the neck.
As folk remedies to prevent the development of glaucoma are widely used infusion of duckweed little or juice of celandine, mixed with water in equal proportion, in form of lotions on the eyes. For oral administration recommended a decoction of nettle infusion or powder sleep-grass meadow, infusion, brewed from shoots of wild pear. Lowering eye pressure is facilitated by the instillation into the eyes of onion juice with honey.
A very popular plant for the treatment of glaucoma is the Golden mustache. Made from it infusions can be drunk or to do them from the lotion and also juice of plant used as eye drops.
Intraocular pressure is formed due to located inside the capsule of the ocular fluid and the vitreous body. They put pressure on the capsule from the inside and create the overall tone of the eye or, in other words, the intraocular pressure of a person. Due to the intraocular pressure, provides nutrition to the eye and maintained its spherical form.
Intraocular pressure is determined by the balance between the formation of intraocular moisture and its outflow. In fact, intraocular pressure is the pressure which the contents of the eyeball has on his wall. In the latter case the reason is not eye pressure and blood flow within the optic nerve. What is glaucoma, what are the symptoms and signs?