Other common causes include the ophthalmic vein obstruction, eye injuries, eye surgery and intraocular bleeding. Some medications (e.g., corticosteroids) can also increase the pressure of the eye.
Treatment of glaucoma depends on the cause. For example, when the cause is inflammation, the physician prescribes usually a corticosteroid to reduce inflammation, concomitant medications that cause papillary dilation. Sometimes surgery is needed. 3 VITAL MINERALS FOR HEALTHY SKIN
Persia or eyestrain
The preppie or eyestrain is the natural and progressive loss of the ability of the eye to focus on objects near and far.
The eyestrain usually happens after 40 years because over time, the lens (the lens inner eye) loses the flexibility to adjust focus.
With age, the incidence increases and affects nearly 100% of the population over 40 years old when symptoms begin to appear.
People who suffer from eyestrain may feel discomfort in the eyes when reading, inability to focus on objects that are closer for prolonged periods, the letters printed are only recognized when kept sufficiently away from the eyes, headaches, eyes are tired and mostly, the view blurred.
Until the development of new techniques preppie correction gave the patient great discomfort; taking the glasses and lenses indispensable companions
The correction of presidia has been the subject of much research for the development of new techniques seeking to meet this large population of patients concerned about their comfort, image and quality of life preppie.