Are you on any medications? Glaucoma is a result of clogged ducts in the eye which impair drainage and leads to a build up fluid and therefore pressure. This pressure pushes on and can damage your optic nerve and eventually over time cause blindness. I'm 28 and have high eye pressure due to steroid medications related to our condition, this is one of their side effects. Glaucoma test should be ran yearly after age 40 so this is a little premature than usual if its from a natural cause. My eye pressure was double what it is supposed to be but with eye drops it has been brought back to a normal range. These drops increase the rate at which the fluid in your eyes drain. Latanoprost, prescription only. Hope this helps.