Early detection of glaucoma, diet and tonic to reduce intraocular pressure

Abstract: the visual acuity of glaucoma patients will decline, which has a great impact on the physical and mental health of patients. Glaucoma is caused by pathological increase of intraocular pressure for various reasons, resulting in optic nerve damage, and serious blindness. Patients should pay attention to daily life and diet adjustment., The eye is a very important organ in our body. If we want to understand, discover and contact the world, the eye plays a vital role. Glaucoma is a binocular disease, which can occur in both eyes at the same time, or in one eye, secondary to binocular blindness. In general, glaucoma patients do not need contraindications, but they should eat reasonably. Glaucomatous optic nerve damage may be related to the disorder of blood circulation of the optic nerve. Therefore, it is better to eat a light diet. Avoid foods high in fat and sugar, do not eat spicy foods such as pepper, and do not eat fried foods that are easy to thirst., Glaucoma patients should increase crude fiber food and eat more antioxidant foods rich in vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C and vitamin E, such as fresh vegetables, fruits, an appropriate amount of pig liver, fish, meat, coarse grains and vegetable oil; Eat more cauliflower, bergamot, longan, red dates, medlar, chicken, peanuts, walnuts, soybean milk, Poria cocos, pork, beef and other foods that benefit the liver and kidney., Dietary therapy for glaucoma patients: (1) oyster porridge, 15g oysters, 9g green eggplant, 6G orange peel and 60g japonica rice. The first three ingredients add water to fry the soup, remove the residue, add japonica rice and cook it into porridge. One dose a day for 8 days is effective for those with chronic disease and yin deficiency., (2) radish seed carrot drink, 20g radish seed, appropriate amount of carrot. First put the radish seeds into a small sand cloth bag and cook and stew with the chopped carrots. After the carrots are cooked, take out the radish seeds and eat the rice soup. Once a day, it can reduce intraocular pressure.,

eyes are very important organs in our body. If we want to understand, discover and contact the world, eyes play a vital role. Glaucoma is a binocular disease, which can occur in both eyes at the same time, or in one eye, secondary to binocular blindness. In general, glaucoma patients do not need contraindications, but they should eat reasonably. Glaucomatous optic nerve damage may be related to the disorder of blood circulation of the optic nerve. Therefore, it is better to have a light diet. Avoid foods high in fat and sugar, do not eat spicy foods such as pepper, and do not eat fried foods that are easy to thirst.

glaucoma patients should increase crude fiber food and eat more antioxidant foods rich in vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C and vitamin E, such as fresh vegetables, fruits, an appropriate amount of pig liver, fish, meat, coarse grains and vegetable oil; Eat more cauliflower, bergamot, longan, red jujube, medlar, chicken, peanut, walnut, soybean milk, Poria cocos, pork, beef and other foods that benefit the liver and kidney.

dietary therapy for glaucoma patients:

(1) oyster porridge

15g oyster, 9g green eggplant, 6G orange peel and 60g japonica rice. The first three ingredients add water to fry the soup, remove the residue, add japonica rice and cook it into porridge. One dose per day for 8 days is effective for patients with chronic disease and yin deficiency.

(2) radish and carrot drink 20g

radish and an appropriate amount of carrots. First put the radish seeds into a small sand cloth bag and cook and stew with the chopped carrots. After the carrots are cooked, take out the radish seeds and eat the rice soup. Once a day, it can reduce intraocular pressure.

(3) drink 25g of

white grass root and 25g of cassia seed. After washing, add an appropriate amount of water to boil into juice. Take it twice a day in the morning and evening. It has the function of reducing intraocular pressure and brightening eyes.

(4) honey cassia seed Mint drink

15g honey, 5g cassia seed and 5g mint leaves. They are brewed with boiling water instead of tea. Long term drinking has the effect of brightening eyes and reducing intraocular pressure.

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warm tips: glaucoma patients should not ingest too many liquids, including water, soup, drinks, etc. Because a large amount of water intake in a short time will dilute the blood, reduce the osmotic pressure, increase the aqueous humor and significantly increase the intraocular pressure. It is forbidden to drink coffee, strong tea, smoke, drink alcohol and eat spicy and other irritant food. Glaucoma patients with hypertension should also avoid eating a large number of foods containing high cholesterol and high fat.