Peripheral vision loss, ocular migraines, and ocular hypertension

Ocular hypertension is a condition when the internal pressure of the eye is elevated above normal. Ocular hypertension can strike anyone at any age, but it strikes African Americans, people over 40, and people with a family history of the condition more frequently. People with diabetes or people who are very nearsighted are also more likely to experience it.

The term "ocular migraine" has been used to characterize a variety of migraine subtypes that are distinguished by aberrant visual symptoms include sight loss, blind spots, zigzag lines, or seeing stars. Unlike other types of migraine, they can happen without any accompanying headache.

The capacity to view items around you without having to move your eyes or turn your head is known as peripheral vision, also referred to as side vision. It also helps with controlling your environment without running into anything and detecting motion around you.

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