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Is fish oil good for glaucoma ?

I heard that fish oil is good for glaucoma. Is that true? How?
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  • Brandon


    As we all know, glaucoma is the most common problem when the people are getting old. And glaucoma is caused by damage to the optic nerve because of the high pressure in the eyes. The fish oil can reduce the damage so the fish oil can help us with the glaucoma. Also, some experts say that having a diet high in antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids can help us to reduce the glaucoma, and the fish oil a a wonderful source of omega-3 fatty acids. All in all, the fish oil is very good for those who have the glaucoma. Of course, here and now, as a friend, I want to tell you something else that are helpful for the glaucoma, such as eating more fish, especially the fish with much omega-3 fatty acids. Really hope you are a lucky dog so that your eyes can get better and better with the help from fish oil. Thank you.
  • Debra Havel


    Well, yes, fish oil is good for glaucoma. In common, glaucoma is caused by damage to the optic nerve as a result of increased fluid pressure in the eye. According to some researches, supplementation with fish oil could be a very cost-effective way to help reduce and prevent vision loss due to glaucoma. In this way, it will just do a good job to the damage and then prevent the glaucoma. so you can just eat more herring and salmon.
  • clairegriffon


    Yes, it is true that fish oil will be good for your glaucoma which is caused by the unstable eyes pressure. Using the fish oil, it will add a lot of nutrition for your body which will at the same time be beneficial for your blood circulation and nerves. Thus your glaucoma will be released a lot through the fish oil.