Cataracts and glaucoma – start preventing them today

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Cataracts and glaucoma – start preventing them today

Glaucoma is the name given to a number of different eye diseases which result in damage to the optic nerve.

It is the leading cause of blindness in people over 60 years old.

One of the main triggers for glaucoma is increased intraocular pressure – increased pressure inside the eyeball.

A number of risk factors for glaucoma have been identified – but the real root causes are mainly a mystery to the medical community.

It should not be a mystery, because there is a whole body of research showing that serotonin increases intraocular pressure leading to glaucoma.

Antiserotonin treatments effectively lower eye pressure and help with many cases of glaucoma.

There are even animal experiments showing that serotonin-boosting treatments, like SSRI “antidepressants”…

…increase the intraocular pressure which leads to glaucoma.

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The animal experiments were carried out at the 2nd University of Naples in Italy. The findings were published in the journal Experimental by Research.

In these experiments, researchers looked at the effect of fluoxetine on intraocular eye pressure in rabbits.

Fluoxetine is a SSRI antidepressant – commonly known as Prozac.

The researchers wanted to see if Prozac had any effect on eye pressure – a common cause of glaucoma.

Their experiments showed that an injection of Prozac significantly increased pressure inside the eyes of the rabbits.

“Administration of Prozac significantly increased intraocular pressure.”

This finding shows that commonly used antidepressant treatments and other substances which increase serotonin could be a major cause of glaucoma.

The researchers also carried out urine analysis on the animals.

The animals urinated less, and there were significantly higher levels of serotonin metabolites in their urine.

5-HIAA is a primary metabolite of serotonin – indicating more serotonin activity in the body.

“Prozac reduced the amount of urine excreted and increased the concentration of 5–HIAA.”

The animals were retaining more water – which may have been increasing pressure in the eye.

There are also clear signs of increased serotonin activity caused by the treatment.

Other studies have shown that serotonin is very highly active in the eye.

So the researchers carried out some experiments to see if they could prevent the increase in eye pressure using serotonin-blocking treatments.

The researchers used something called ketanserin – a treatment which blocks some serotonin receptors.

Ketanserin and similar treatments have been used as a treatment for glaucoma – though officially the mechanism was unknown.

When the animals were given ketanserin before being exposed to Prozac…

…they did not experience an increase in eye pressure which could otherwise lead to glaucoma.

“Topical pre-administration of ketanserin prevented a rise in intraocular eye pressure.”

This study clearly shows that serotonin can cause increased eye pressure and glaucoma…

…and also that serotonin blockers can prevent these problems.

“Prozac is able to raise intraocular high-pressure by increasing serotonin, which is confirmed by the increase in serotonin metabolites.”

Antiserotonin treatments like ketanserin can block the serotonin receptors…

…preventing the harmful effects of serotonin even when it is elevated.

“Ketanserin, a serotonin receptor blocker, counteracts the increase in eye pressure brought about by Prozac – emphasizing the role of serotonin in regulating high-pressure.”

The researchers stressed the importance of checkups for eye health in people who are using SSRI antidepressants like Prozac.

“We stress the importance of including eye examinations in the protocol of depressed patients undergoing SSRI antidepressant therapy.”

It is yet another nail in the coffin for these serotonin-boosting treatments.

They have a whole host of severe side effects, and they do not work as advertised.

Serotonin is truly a harmful substance…

And the minority of people who feel better when taking SSRI treatments…

…probably feel better because these treatments boost another substance in the brain called allopregnanolone.

Allopregnanolone is a natural brain hormone.

There are much safer ways to feel better.

But coming off of SSRI treatments can be quite difficult and dangerous – you should always do this under the supervision of your doctor.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Effect of fluoxetine on intraocular pressure in the rabbit