Can An Emotional Movie Elevate Your Eye Pressure?

Submitted by dave on Mon, 11/05/2007 - 1:33pm


Two nights ago my wife and I watched a movie on DVD called "I Am David." The movie has an overall customer review rating of about 4.5 stars out of 5 on Amazon -- but more importantly, it was highly recommended by the Spiritual Cinema Circle. My wife and I have decided to watch only uplifting or positive movies, and the recommendation from Spiritual Cinema Circle indicated that this movie fit our criteria.

Quite a few customers on Amazon have written reviews containing strong praise for this movie. Here is one example:

Supplement, herbs, alternative medines to lower IOP and regenerate eye nere cells

Submitted by pmpvip on Sat, 10/27/2007 - 6:12pm


I need immidiate suggestions on the alternative medicines from aruvedic, chinese or herbal or nutrional area which are very helpful

(1) In reducing IOP in glaucoma 

 (2) Recover and regenerate nerve cells in the eye that are damaged in eye due to glucoma.

I know they may be spread along several post, but I wanted to start most effective supplements immidiately So I need names, how much we should take and where you can buy that on internet. I have not seen any Special Glaucoma Supplement in drug stores.

I should wait little more for drops to work or go for Trablculectomy immidiately?

Submitted by pmpvip on Sat, 10/27/2007 - 6:03pm



I am under confusion and stress after my last visit to the Glaucoma Specialist So need advise from experienced members like you.

Here is my Case history:

Ocular Hypertension Journey

Submitted by Nancy on Fri, 10/19/2007 - 5:20pm

Greetings to everyone at the end of this lovely autumn day ~

 I've documented much of my 30 years with ocular hypertension and will be sharing this information and my experiences in this blog.

 My name is Nancy and I was diagnosed with ocular hypertension 30 years ago. At that time, actually, elevated pressures were synonymous with glaucoma. In retrospect, that may have been a good thing. I took all of this very seriously from the beginning.

Relationship Between Fear and Elevated Intraocular Pressure

Submitted by dave on Mon, 09/17/2007 - 10:39pm

Elevated intraocular pressure can be classified as a condition characterized by resistance and contraction. The intraocular fluid cannot flow from the eye freely because there is resistance in one or both of the main drainage areas. This resistance creates elevated pressure inside the eye.

We Have Chosen Glaucoma

Submitted by dave on Thu, 09/13/2007 - 11:03am

For all of us with glaucoma or any vision-related health issue (or any health issue at all, for that matter), we can benefit by coming to understand that we have created that health issue through our own past chronic thought patterns and our own dominant emotional patterns.

At some level, we have chosen to have the experience of disease. We have chosen it because we wanted that experience and we probably wanted the experience in order that we might have greater appreciation for the opposite experience.

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