Sunday, 11 March 2012

Vision Without Glasses Review/Glaucoma is not preventable but try....

Glaucoma is not preventable but try

                                                                                                      Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide, second only to cataract, according to World Health Organization
 (WHO) estimated that 80-90 million people, but, despite its severity, half people with glaucoma without the knowledge,
because it usually causes no symptoms to warn of the disease, it can not be prevented.

    It may, however, recognize and treat, says Marc Opticians Biarnès, Institute of retinal and macular Medical Center Teknon
alarm Barcelona, ​​on the occasion of World Glacucona, on Monday, March 12 In. Otherwise, it's if not detected early and
treated, glaucoma, low vision and blindness occur in 5 percent of cases.

    Glaucoma is an irreparable damage to the optic nerve, usually caused by a sharp increase in intraocular pressure. This
injury causes a progressive loss of vision, which usually begins in the peripheral visual field. Experts often refer to
glaucoma as the "silent killer" because in most cases, the patient has no pain or symptoms until a permanent and irreversible
loss of vision.Vision Without Glasses Review

    In Spain, it is estimated that glaucoma over a million people are affected. The incidence increases with age 40. Thus,
the group of 50 to 59 years, the incidence was 2.1 percent. This figure rises to 2.3 percent among persons 60 to 69 years and
once past the 70 reached 3.5 percent.
     Glaucoma is three circumstances that make the disease is "dangerous", the first factor is that many people are
concerned, the second is that it is symptomatic, and the third treatment. "Three circumstances require, prudence and caution
by health professionals," he told Europa Press that "the damage that he does not recover," "detect and stop", he is important
at the first sign of declared disease.

Improving Eyesight< < <Near or Far??
                                                                          Two of the most common diseases are visually myopia and presbyopia, otherwise as near and farsightedness known. The two are
in fact the vision of evil and the distance we can see if you object. Both diseases can be cured in their own if allowed.
Nearly all diseases of the eye will have learned by bad habits as children, and causes eye strain.

Myopia is caused by the eyeballs longer. This condition is visible through customs, the only objects close for long periods
are caused. It starts in school-age children who are forced to see things from books and other materials requiring special
attention will get in close contact.

Myopia is a problem caused by eye strain, pressure, anxiety or frustration. The pressure of young children should be pressure
to succeed is enormous. If information is boring, it's hard to really learn. In view of the field for long periods without a
break can cause the eyes to the test on the information very carefully.

Myopia can be contributed to mental fatigue and psychological problems. Nearsightedness may be part of an anxiety or
nervousness about the future. Unconsciously, may fear the person what to expect and are unable to see into the future. In
this case, they are comfortable where they are and feel safe in their world up close.

Presbyopia, the ability to perceive things in far-off things is to see that, but not up close. Foresight begins to affect
people in their 40s. That is, if the lenses begin to harden. The muscles around the eye may still try to force the eyes to
contract and harden with lentils. This state is used as part of the aging process so that we accept easy to get the problem
and glasses. We allow our eyes to be lazy and learn to rely on artificial lenses that can help us get through each day.

Presbyopia can be "all in your head." People begin to look too far forward and refuse to look at things from them. They allow
their focus is on retirement, rather than today fixing the leaky faucet.

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