Dietary treatment of glaucoma

Abstract: in addition to ordinary food, high permeability food should be given. For example, honey is a kind of hypertonic food, which can change the osmotic pressure of blood and intraocular aqueous humor, so as to reduce intraocular pressure., Glaucoma is a common clinical disease in which the adjustment function of intraocular pressure is impaired, resulting in abnormal increase of intraocular pressure, visual impairment, visual dysfunction, and retinal morphological changes. It is called glaucoma because the pupil of glaucoma patients is more or less cyan., Diet therapy for glaucoma. The purpose of glaucoma diet therapy is to accelerate the discharge of aqueous humor and reduce intraocular pressure., In addition to ordinary food, high permeability food should be given. For example, honey is a kind of hypertonic food, which can change the osmotic pressure of blood and intraocular aqueous humor, so as to reduce intraocular pressure. Acute glaucoma can eat 100ml honey every day and chronic glaucoma 150ml every day. Take it orally three times. At the same time, choose a low salt diet. Don’t cook too salty. Don’t drink too much when you are thirsty to prevent elevated intraocular pressure., In the diet, you should pay attention to red beans, day lily, job’s tears, towel gourd, millet, corn, buckwheat, barley, oats, mushrooms, kelp, broad beans, bananas, radishes, pears, oranges, watermelon and green leafy vegetables. When cooking, you should use vegetable oil, such as peanut oil, soybean oil, tea oil, sesame oil, etc. The above foods contain more cellulose, which can strengthen the spleen and prevent constipation. Patients with glaucoma must keep defecation unobstructed to prevent the increase of intraocular pressure caused by the increase of abdominal pressure.,

glaucoma refers to a common clinical disease with abnormal increase of intraocular pressure, visual impairment, visual dysfunction and morphological changes of retina. It is called glaucoma because the pupil of glaucoma patients is more or less cyan. The purpose of

glaucoma diet treatment is to accelerate the discharge of aqueous humor and reduce intraocular pressure.

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should be given high permeability food in addition to ordinary food. For example, honey is a kind of hypertonic food, which can change the osmotic pressure of blood and intraocular aqueous humor, so as to reduce intraocular pressure. Acute glaucoma can eat 100 ml of honey every day and chronic glaucoma 150 ml every day. Take it orally three times. At the same time, choose a low salt diet. Don’t fry vegetables too salty. Don’t drink too much when thirsty to prevent elevated intraocular pressure.

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should be given red beans, day lily, job’s tears, loofah, millet, corn, buckwheat, barley, oats, mushrooms, kelp, broad beans, bananas, radishes, pears, oranges, watermelon and green leafy vegetables. Vegetable oils should be used when cooking, such as peanut oil, soybean oil, tea oil, sesame oil, etc. The above foods contain more cellulose, which can strengthen the spleen and prevent constipation. Patients with glaucoma must maintain unobstructed defecation to prevent the increase of intraocular pressure induced by the increase of abdominal pressure.