What Is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is known as a collection of diseases that cause optic nerve damage: Open Angle or Chronic Glaucoma is the most common type. This responds well to nutritional intervention as per our recommendations. Narrow Angle Glaucoma is considered an ocular emergency. Symptoms may include a sudden, painful red eye; nausea; vomiting; headache; and visual halos. In the event of the symptoms above, seek medical help immediately. Low Tension Glaucoma is usually a sign of poor circulation. Read more [...]
The following health plan is designed to provide relief for glaucoma and its symptoms. When combined with a naturally healthy lifestyle, the symptoms of glaucoma will improve and it's possible to achieve better eye health in the long term. Your 4-8 Week Plan, From My eBook, by Robert Redfern Supplements to support healthy eyes - in order of priority Ocular Spray- For best results, snip or tear the notched end off the packet, squeeze into one or more ounces of your Read more [...]
Q: What is Glaucoma?
A: Glaucoma is defined as a collection of diseases that causes optic nerve damage.
Reduced eye pressure and healthier eyes after being diagnosed with glaucoma “Three years ago I was diagnosed with glaucoma. After reading your website about how Serrapeptase works I intuitively theorized that it will help my glaucoma by dissolving the debris in my eyes’ sewage system over time. I stopped taking the medication from the hospital and focused on SerraEnzyme, Serranol and Blockbuster Allclear (mixing and interchanging them) up to 12 capsules daily... I also improved my diet to Read more [...]