How Glaucoma develops and how it can be treated successfully
With the Integrated Eye Therapy according to Noll, we achieve good results also in the diagnosis of glaucoma. The holistic treatment improves the blood circulation of the eye, which in turn stimulates the innerocular metabolism and facilitates the flow of ocular fluid.
How does the Ophthalmologist treat Glaucoma?
The classic, medical treatment of glaucoma begins with medication, i.e. various eye drops, to lower the intraocular pressure and thus prevent visual damage and blindness. Therapy with eye drops can cause side effects such as itching and redness. Some active ingredients and medications – such as beta blockers – stress the cardiovascular system and breathing.
Other Treatment Methods: Laser or Surgery
Laser treatment or surgery is used when it is not possible to solve the problems with medication. The laser punches a small hole in the iris to drain the excess water. In eye surgery, the anterior chamber of the eye is opened to allow the fluid to be drained via the vessels.
Possible Risks and Side Effects of Laser or Surgery
With both procedures (laser or surgery) an attempt is made to improve the outflow of aqueous humor. The risks involved in these treatments: Scarring and secondary symptoms such as bleeding or the total drop in eye pressure as a result of the operation.
How does the Integrated Eye Therapy according to Noll differ from the classical Glaucoma Treatment
In addition to the classical therapy of glaucoma at the ophthalmologist, the Integrated Eye Therapy offers a promising alternative. Our therapy combines eye acupuncture (according to Prof. Boel) with naturopathic infusion therapy and physiotherapeutic treatments.
With our own developed Integrated Eye Therapy according to Noll, we achieve considerable success in the treatment of degenerative eye diseases. It improves the blood supply to the eye, which in turn stimulates the innerocular metabolism and facilitates the flow of ocular fluid.
The acupuncture treatment of glaucoma, for example, differs from the treatment of macular degeneration in the selection of points for the needles. There are special acupuncture points on the body, which have a particularly positive effect on the pressure in the eye.
Prognosis in the Treatment of Glaucoma
Over 80% of our patients show improvement in their eyes. Often the eye disease comes to stagnation, which otherwise would have a negative development prognosis. The following improvements can be observed:
- Stress reduction
- Improvement of the eyesight
- Stagnation of the eye disease
- Regulation of muscle tension
- Stimulation of the immune system
- Blood circulation stimulating effect
- Stimulation of the autonomic nervous system
- Stimulation of the metabolism