Head-down yoga poses increase eye pressure in glaucoma patients
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Four common yoga poses have been shown to increase intraocular pressure (IOP), a known risk factor for people with glaucoma.
A new study found that when people did head-down poses, their IOP increased within one minute of doing each pose. The increase remained throughout each two-minute pose, then IOP returned to baseline within two minutes of the person sitting down.