Glaucoma Eye Drops

Glaucoma Eye Drops Information

Glaucoma Eye Drops Information
Glaucoma Eye Drops Information

Worldwide, glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness; cataracts being the first. Glaucoma has been nicknamed the “sneak thief of sight” because the loss of visual field often occurs gradually, over a long period of time, and may only be recognised when it is already quite advanced. Therefore it is important to have eye examinations at regular intervals where a ‘contrast sensitivity test’ should be performed along with a field test to measure visual loss.

To begin with there may be no symptoms, so it is important to have regular eye checks to diagnose the disease. Patchy peripheral vision is sometimes noticed as the nerve cell layer is affected and there is often a loss of contrast sensitivity.

Glaucoma is a group of diseases of the optic nerve involving loss of retinal ganglion cells in a characteristic pattern of optic neuropathy. Raised intraocular pressure, a reading above 22mmHg, is a significant risk factor for developing glaucoma; 14mmHg being normal. One person may develop nerve damage at a relatively low pressure, while another person may have high eye pressure for years and yet never develop damage. Untreated glaucoma leads to permanent damage of the optic nerve and resultant visual field loss, which can progress to blindness.

Once lost, this damaged visual field is very hard to recover. Glaucoma affects one in two hundred people aged fifty and younger, and one in ten people over the age of eighty.

Glaucoma Eye Drops Information – Different Types of Glaucoma

Glaucoma can be divided roughly into two main categories; ‘open angle’ or chronic glaucoma and “closed angle” or acute glaucoma. Angle closure, acute glaucoma appears suddenly and often with painful side effects and so is usually diagnosed relatively quickly, although damage and loss of vision can also occur very suddenly.

Open angle, chronic glaucoma tends to progress more slowly and so the patient may not notice it until the disease has progressed quite significantly.

Ethos Bright Eyes drops contain N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC for short) which is the only compound available that has proved in clinical trials to actually rejuvenate cells and repair damage at a cellular level. Applying Bright Eyes drops regularly each and every day helps to lower the intraocular pressure in the eye and also goes to work to help repair the damage.Glaucoma can be divided roughly into two main categories; ‘open angle’ or chronic glaucoma and “closed angle” or acute glaucoma. Angle closure, acute glaucoma appears suddenly and often with painful side effects and so is usually diagnosed relatively quickly, although damage and loss of vision can also occur very suddenly.

Open angle, chronic glaucoma tends to progress more slowly and so the patient may not notice it until the disease has progressed quite significantly.

Bright Eyes drops contain N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC for short) which is the only compound available that has proved in clinical trials to actually rejuvenate cells and repair damage at a cellular level. Applying Ethos Bright Eyes drops for Glaucoma regularly each and every day helps to lower the intraocular pressure in the eye and also goes to work to help repair the damage.

We hope that you have found this glaucoma eye drops information useful and you now consider using Ethos Bright Eyes Drops for glaucoma as unlike ALL prescribed medications for glaucoma there have no adverse side-effects or contraindications. To learn more about the harmful side-effects of prescribed eye drops for glaucoma please visit this page here – Glaucoma Eye Drops Adverse Side-effects.

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Author: Peter Aldred

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