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Glaucoma, otherwise known as "Kala Motia".Glaucoma is a gathering of high liquid weight inside the eye. All glaucoma issue are portrayed by vision loss, caused by harm to the optic nerve. The optic nerve gives the pathway from the eyeball to the cerebrum. On the off chance that a specialist finds it early and the patient takes after bearings deliberately, the harming impacts of glaucoma can be tended to.

In a regularly working eye, liquid is being shaped and depleted continually. Notwithstanding, when an eye's waste waterways don't function admirably, the liquid can't get out. The additional liquid raises the weight inside the eye. The increased pressure can destroy sensitive nerve fibers on the back wall of the eye. Each time a nerve fiber is lost, the eye loses some capacity to see. As a rule, the glaucoma persistent loses fringe (side) vision first; in the end focal vision can be lost. At the point when vision is lost from glaucoma, it is irreversible.

Dr. Deepak Mittal is specialist in curing Glucoma. In the event that you have glaucoma, specialist can keep the weight inside your eye to a typical level with cautious treatment. It is vital to check your weight consistently with the goal that appropriate treatment can be prompted. This way, you can prevent further loss of vision.

Patients who have a past filled with eye injury or ceaseless steroid utilize are likewise in danger for creating glaucoma.

Damage due to glaucoma is preventable, not curable.
Symptoms of Glaucoma
Some of the early symptoms include:
  • Frequent change of reading glasses.
  • Mild eye ache or headache towards the evening after a day's work.
  • Seeing rainbow coloured haloes of light around a bulb associated with slight decrease in vision.
  • Problems in adjustment when entering a dark room.
  • In advanced cases, there is a loss of side vision, while the central vision remains good.
  • It is to be remembered, that cataract ("Safed Motia") also starts developing at the same age as glaucoma. Many people may think that they are losing vision due to cataract whereas it may actually be due to glaucoma, which is a much more dangerous disease.
It is therefore advisable to undergo a routine examination around the age of 40 years to screen for glaucoma.