Early recognition of schizophrenia

Celiac disease can cause permanent vision loss if not detected and treated promptly. It is the second leading cause of blindness after cataract. The disease has genetic factors, so it is necessary to visit an ophthalmologist periodically for early recognition, timely treatment, and slow progression of the disease.

1. What is schizophrenia?

Celiac disease or glaucoma has an English name is Glocom disease.
This is a disease that damages the optic nerve due to increased pressure in the eye (glaucoma). If not detected, diagnosed and treated promptly, the damage to the optic nerve will become worse and eventually will lead to permanent vision loss.
Tăng nhãn áp glocom
Bệnh thiên đầu thống là một bệnh lý khiến tổn hại thần kinh thị giác do tăng áp lực trong mắt (tăng nhãn áp glocom)

2. Signs of schizophrenia

Celiac disease is divided into two types, which are closed-angle and open-angle. In the early stages, the symptoms of the disease are not clear, difficult to detect, so the patient often does not notice. Only in stage 2, the patient has the following symptoms:
Sudden severe eye pain is the first sign that warns the patient has a migraine. Symptoms usually occur in the afternoon and evening with symptoms associated with intense eye pain:
Pain, pain in the eye around the eye socket. Pain in the same side of the head as the eye, narrowed vision. Dull headache. Blurred vision, looking at electric lights see a red-blue halo, feeling of swelling. Red, watery eyes, swollen eyelids. Sometimes patients have photophobia. Nausea. The cornea is edematous and opaque, the eyeball is hard and tight like a marble, the anterior chamber is shallow, the pupils are dilated and distorted, the light reflex is lost, the edematous vitreous body is blue, and vitreous appears. The pupils are dilated than usual. In glaucoma, the intraocular pressure is higher than 25 mmHg, the vision is narrowed, and the optic nerve is concave. When the signs of the upper respiratory tract appear, if not quickly taken to a medical facility or hospital in time, the patient may be permanently blind only after the appearance of the above symptoms for a few days.

3. Subjects suffering from schizophrenia

The disease can appear in both men and women, but according to statistics, the disease usually occurs in women. Women are twice as likely to suffer from migraines than men. The disease usually appears between the ages of 35 and older.
thiên đầu thống
Bệnh có thể xuất hiện ở cả nam và nữ, tuy nhiên theo thống kê, bệnh thường xảy ra ở phụ nữ

4. Some Frequently Asked Questions about Celiac Disease

4.1. Is schizophrenia dangerous? Cataracts are very dangerous, this is the second leading cause of blindness after cataracts.
In addition, no medicine or surgery can completely treat and restore the damage caused by migraine.
4.2. What is the cause of schizophrenia? Up to now, the exact cause of migraine has not been found. However, some of the following causes can be listed:
Heredity: Having a family member who has suffered from schizophrenia. Prolonged use of corticosteroids. In the body, there are other diseases such as high blood pressure, low blood pressure, diabetes, injuries, pre-existing eye diseases. Glaucoma high above 25 mmHg. In addition, people who are emotional, or anxious are also favorable factors that cause migraine. 4.3. Can head lice go away completely after treatment? Celiac disease cannot be completely cured. However, with correct and timely treatment, it will help stabilize the eye pressure without damaging the optic nerve.
When detected in time, the patient will be treated with eye drops and used by a doctor depending on the severity or mildness of the patient's disease. Because the disease cannot be completely cured, the patient will need prevention and long-term treatment with drugs to prevent and not cause damage to the optic nerve.
Because it cannot be completely cured, the goal of treatment for migraine is to prevent the disease from continuing to damage the optic nerve leading to permanent blindness.
thuốc mắt nhỏ thuốc mắt
Khi được phát hiện kịp thời, bệnh nhân sẽ được bác sĩ điều trị bằng thuốc nhỏ mắt và sử dụng thuốc hạ nhãn áp
4.4. How to prevent schizophrenia? Get regular check-ups every 6 months. If you have diabetes or high blood pressure, you should go to the doctor every 3 months to detect the disease early. If there is a family member who has suffered from schizophrenia, it is necessary to take the family member to an ophthalmologist to prevent the risk. Do not arbitrarily buy, use drugs or eye drops without a doctor's prescription. Periodic re-examination once every 3 months with people who have suffered from migraines so that doctors can promptly handle if the disease shows signs of severe progression. At present, there is no method to completely cure the migraine. Therefore, in order to control the disease, it is best for the patient to have regular check-ups, treatment with drugs, surgery, laser treatment, etc., depending on the progression of the disease.
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Reference sources: matsaigon.com, bvsinhpon.vn, bvdkbacninh.vn

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