Glaucoma is a large group of eye diseases characterized by a constant or periodic increase in intraocular pressure above a tolerant level for a given person, followed by the development of typical visual field defects, decreased visual acuity and atrophy of the optic nerve.
There are two main forms of glaucoma: open-angle and closed-angle. In addition, there are congenital glaucoma, juvenile glaucoma, and various forms of secondary glaucoma, including those associated with abnormalities in the development of the eye.
In the treatment, a leech will help you, injecting its secret when biting, it is able to introduce more than 100 such enzymes into the wound (2 mm in size). They are able to normalize blood pressure, relieve vascular spasm, improve blood supply to tissues, lower blood sugar, and remove intracranial pressure. By alternately injecting their enzymes and sucking out the blood to feed themselves, the leeches work like a small, trouble-free pump. By the nature of the impact, hirudotherapy is similar to acupuncture, because leeches are placed at the intersection points of nerve endings associated with specific organs and systems. These places are known both to specialists and to the leeches themselves.
In the treatment of glaucoma, leeches are most often placed on the temporal region (you can also put them behind the ear) from the side of the diseased eye, previously washed with warm boiled water, and alcohol and disinfectant solutions are not suitable for this case. The skin on the selected area is moistened with a sufficiently sweet solution of sugar or glucose, and in this place put 3-5 pieces of medical leeches from a test tube, syringe, etc., where they were previously placed. The session lasts until the leeches, having been pumped, increase in size several times and do not fall off on their own, and if there is a need to stop the procedure, you can sprinkle the leeches with salt or bring a cotton swab moistened with alcohol to them, after which they will fall off themselves. Only from 5-7 sessions.
There are contraindications. Before use, consult a specialist (doctor).