Simple and effective diet therapy for glaucoma

Abstract: glaucoma will do some harm to the physical and mental health of patients. Generally, the daily diet of glaucoma patients is no different from that of ordinary people, and there is no need for special contraindications, but the diet must be reasonable. Glaucomatous optic nerve damage may be related to the disorder of blood circulation of optic nerve. Therefore, it is better to have a light diet and avoid high-fat, high sugar and other foods., People over the age of 60 are prone to glaucoma. It is a common eye disease among the elderly and causes visual impairment. Patients will have elevated intraocular pressure, headache, eye swelling, nausea and vomiting. The eyes are the window of the soul. Glaucoma has serious damage to the eyes. Patients must be treated in time. Generally speaking, Glaucoma patients should eat reasonably, which is of positive significance for the prevention and treatment of glaucoma. What are the dietary precautions for glaucoma patients?, Precautions for glaucoma patients: 1. Light diet., Glaucoma visual impairment is mostly related to the blood supply of the optic nerve. Therefore, the patient’s diet should be lighter, avoid high-fat, high sugar and other foods, eat less spicy foods such as pepper, and don’t eat fried foods that are easy to thirst. 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 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. 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., 2. Diet rules., Patients with glaucoma should avoid overeating, and should not eat too full. The speed should be slow, which is beneficial to the stability of blood vessels, nerves and endocrine system.,

the elderly over 60 years old are prone to glaucoma. It is a very common disease among the elderly and a common eye disease causing visual impairment. Patients will have elevated intraocular pressure, headache, eye swelling, nausea and vomiting. The eyes are the window of the soul. Glaucoma has serious damage to the eyes. Patients must be treated in time. Generally speaking, Glaucoma patients should eat reasonably, which is of positive significance for the prevention and treatment of glaucoma. What are the dietary precautions for glaucoma patients?

diet precautions for glaucoma patients:

1. Light.

glaucoma vision damage is mostly related to the blood supply of the optic nerve. Therefore, the patient’s diet should be light, avoid foods high in fat and sugar, eat less irritant foods such as pepper, and don’t eat fried foods that are easy to thirst. 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 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. 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 maintain unobstructed defecation to prevent the increase of intraocular pressure induced by the increase of abdominal pressure.

2. Diet rules.

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glaucoma patients should avoid overeating, pay attention not to eat too full, and the speed should be slow, which is beneficial to stabilize the blood vessel, nerve and endocrine system.

3. Eat more crude fiber food.

glaucoma patients should increase the intake of foods rich in crude fiber and eat more foods rich in vitamins A, B, C and E, such as fresh vegetables and fruits, an appropriate amount of pig liver, fish, meat, coarse grain, vegetable oil, etc; Eat more Chinese wolfberry, peanuts, walnuts, soybean milk 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 cook 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.

warm tips: emotional excitement, mental tension, excessive fatigue and other factors are easy to induce glaucoma attack. Therefore, while paying attention to a reasonable diet, glaucoma patients should pay attention to maintaining a comfortable mood, life law, combination of work and rest, and avoid excessive fatigue and mental tension.