Tag: glaucoma

Is There An Age Where Glaucoma Becomes More Serious?

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on March 18, 2021

Did you know that glaucoma is one of the top causes of blindness for people over 60? This condition can happen to anyone but is the most common in older people. Keep reading to find out if there’s an age where glaucoma becomes more serious! Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma Primary open-angle glaucoma happens when the pressure… Read More

How Do I Lower My Intraocular Pressure

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on April 14, 2020

Did your ophthalmologist notice a change in the pressure of your eyes? Were you recently diagnosed with glaucoma? Glaucoma is a common eye condition that has few discernible symptoms. Glaucoma is one of the main reasons adults go blind. Early detection is key when it comes to managing and preventing blindness. Keep reading to learn… Read More

Are There Glaucoma Warning Signs?

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on January 9, 2020

Are you starting to have problems using your peripheral vision in both eyes? Do you often get intense headaches and nauseous? These could be a sign that you have glaucoma. Let’s take a look at what the warning signs of glaucoma are. What is Glaucoma? There are a group of eye conditions that damage the… Read More

Why Is Glaucoma the Secret Thief of Sight?

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on April 24, 2019

Have you had problems with peripheral vision in both eyes? Do you have intense headaches? Are you experiencing halos around lights? These are all symptoms of glaucoma. Keep reading to learn more about this sneaky eye condition! What is glaucoma? Glaucoma is a family of eye conditions that cause damage to the optic nerve. The… Read More


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