Glaucoma is not a very nice disease. The worst that can happen is total loss of vision and pain from high eyeball pressure. The only orthodox treatment I'm aware of are drugs to slowly leak the eyeball pressure for the purpose of slowing down progression. As of the moment I am not aware of any FDA approved total cure for glaucoma.
You can go down that route of drugs, or experiment with fringe science.
Dr. William H. Bares developed a method that cured anything from refractive errors to retinal diseases (which were always pleasant surprises because of what was and still is taught in opthamology school). He found that perfect relaxation resulted in normal vision.
So, if you choose to go down this route, number one, results cannot be guaranteed because of how many variables exist. Number two, palming, sunning, and the different swings will probably be your best friends for now with this. I found some nice illustrated instructions at http://www.seeing.org
Do you have any condition that currently requires corrective lenses? If so, there might be some additional things to do. For now, I'd set aside at least 2 hours a day to work on the afore mentioned relaxation routines. You may or may not see any improvement in vision, but if done correctly will probably at least feel more relaxed throughout your body.
We are all still open to any further questions you may have.