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Category: Glaucoma

Exercises to prevent Glaucoma

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You can save your eyes from chronic ailments by getting regular eye treatments. Have you heard of glaucoma? It is an eye disease that is caused by increased eye pressure, which eventually leads to loss of vision. Since this eye disorder shows no early signs and has a painless nature, it is also termed as Read More

Steroid-Induced Glaucoma: Meaning, Causes, and Prevention

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Glaucoma is a disease in which the optic nerve of the eye gets damaged. If this eye disease is left untreated, then it may cause blindness. Glaucoma is one of the primary factors of vision loss for people over the age of 60. The damage of the optic nerve happens because of an increase in Read More

Refractive Errors and Types of Refractive Errors

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Healthy vision is dependent on your lens and cornea. Problems like refractive errors are caused by a cornea that is not shaped perfectly. The cornea happens to be the clearer part on the surface of the eye. The job of the cornea is to bend and focus the light waves. With refractive errors, the light Read More

Glaucoma During Pregnancy

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Glaucoma management is a crucial thing in pregnant women. All those women (who have Glaucoma) who are considering a child should be very careful with their medication and activities they choose. The disease has its own share of effect on women who are pregnant. It is essential to check the after-effects of glaucoma medications that Read More

November – Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

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In a human body, certain health issues are connected with each other. The diagnosis is like connecting the dots with each other. For instance, people who have diabetes tend to develop blinding eye diseases like cataracts, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy. There is no denying to the fact that often people are quite carefree with eye Read More

5 Common Diagnostic Tests for Glaucoma

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Getting regular eye treatments can save you from chronic diseases. Some diseases are inherited and their symptoms do not show up in the early stages. Glaucoma is one of them. For those of you who are unaware of what is Glaucoma? It is an eye disease caused by increased eye pressure that can lead to Read More

A Thief of Vision – Glaucoma

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Struggling with poor vision? Diagnosed with glaucoma? Are you aware of what kind of glaucoma have you been diagnosed with? Glaucoma is commonly known as “Kala Motia” in Hindi and “A Thief of Vision” in English. It is a rare condition that can be treated but not cured completely. This post here talks about the Read More

A Look into the Latest Developments of Glaucoma Treatment

A Look into the Latest Developments of Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma refers to a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve and cause a gradual loss of vision. The extent of vision loss can progress to total blindness if preventive measures are not taken in time to stop the progression of the disease. Glaucoma can be classified into many types, but the most Read More

Want to understand glaucoma test results, here’s the theory?

Glaucoma: How Does It Work? There are several types of glaucoma but all of them inflict damage following the same pattern. In every type of glaucoma except normal-tension glaucoma, the intraocular pressure (IOP) in our eye increases due to defects in the eye’s mechanism used to drain aqueous humor, a fluid naturally found in the Read More

Live Free With Glaucoma

Glaucoma: A Brief Summary Glaucoma refers to a group of diseases that damage the optic nerve and cause irreversiblevision loss. There are many types of glaucoma but the most common type is known as open-angle (chronic) glaucoma which appears to be hereditary and normally starts affecting people in their middle age. Even though glaucoma still Read More