High eye pressure (intraocular pressure), what to do?

Follow MD advice. I am assuming that you were evaluated by an ophthalmologist (not an optometrist) and elevation of the pressure was noted. You will then be advised of eyedrops and other measures to lower the pressure to the normal range. Mostly these measures are quite effective.

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What's the normal intraocular pressure of the human eye?

A range. The generally accepted range is 10 to 21 mm hg as measured by standard instrumentation such as the goldmann tonometer and other devices. Read more...

What can I do to lower the intraocular pressure in my eyes besides eyedrops?

Intra-ocular pressur. Intra-ocular pressure may be lowered with a low salt diet. Also taking oral diuretics may lower the intra-ocular pressure. Read more...
Aerobic exercise. Several studies link regular aerobic exercise to lowering intraocular pressure as well as blood pressure, and they may be related. Read more...