Natural Eye Care graces us with nutrient/supplement ways to strengthen/protect with optic nerve. They say that taurine, gingko biloba, bilberry, vitamin C, and vitamin B12 work. The optic nerve is in the back of the eye. This transmits information from the retina to the brain. There are a number of different things that can go wrong with this transition or condition of the optic nerve and these ingredients have shown to help in some cases.
- Identifying the nature and source of molecules that mediate exercise-induced protection will be critically important to the development of novel neuroprotective therapies
- These experiments will define the characteristics of exercise that facilitate optic nerve protection as more closely related to human exercise programs and conditions.
- All current glaucoma treatments are directed at lowering eye pressure but this approach fails to prevent vision loss in many individuals.
“The optic nerve is at the back of the eye. Made from ganglion cells, it transmits visual information from the retina to the brain. The optic disk leads to a strand of 125 million nerve fibers. Electrical impulses travel down the optic nerve and are processed by the brain.”