Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctor: Can eye drops for glaucoma affect the heart?

I was recently diagnosed with glaucoma. My eye doctor prescribed eye drops to reduce the pressure inside my eyes. After a short time I had to stop using them because they made me dizzy and my heartbeat felt strange. What else can I do for my eyes?

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