Acupuncture for Glaucoma
This traditional and ancient Chinese treatment can help those who suffer with glaucoma by reducing the pressure on the eyes and improving sight. It is believed that the chi that runs inside our body’s works to keep us at optimum health. An acupuncturist will aim to realign your chi. It involves the use of tiny metallic needles being inserted into the skin and then manually moved or electronically stimulated.
Food for Glaucoma
You should reestablish your diet if you suffer from glaucoma as foods can massively impact your health. Try to include foods high in carotenoids to keep eyes healthy which can be found in orange and yellow vegetables. Also try to incorporate fresh fruit juices, wild-caught fish high in omega-3s, blueberries and cherries, and brewer’s yeast. You should avoid foods like sugar which can cause premature ageing of the eyes and increase the risk of glaucoma and diabetes, alcohol which can lead to liver toxicity which in turn can lead to eye problems, caffeine which can reduce blood flow to the eyes, and finally any other food allergies.
Supplement for Glaucoma
Supplements such as fish oil to relieve intraocular pressure, magnesium to relax blood vessels, CoQ10 for antioxidants, bilberry for flavonoids to support the eyes, can also benefit those suffering from glaucoma.
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