Great article and worth reading and a fine information for optician
The answer is Glaucoma, an eye disease that slowly causes you to lose your vision. If you’ve been proactive in monitoring your health, you should hopefully have a pretty good idea of certain health conditions that run in the family. For example, mom has high cholesterol, dad has diabetes and you remember your grandmother uses eye drops for something. Knowing your family eye history is very important because most eye diseases tend to be genetic. Glaucoma, for example, tends to run on the mother’s side of the family. If your mom has glaucoma, make sure you tell your optometrist.
What exactly is Glaucoma? It’s a disease where the optic nerve slowly deteriorates as a result of poor blood flow and is often accompanied by high intraocular pressures. The optic nerve is a bundle of smaller nerve fibers, similar to a conduit, which transmits electrical signals from the retina to…
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