I played the clarinet for 12 years (from 9 to 21), and occasionally I practiced for hours a day. Out of curiosity I read that eye pressure increases temporarily during play. Those who are professional players, do you think wind instrument players have more issues with their eyes?
I've spent nearly 50 years in the company of 'blowers' and can't say it's ever been an issue. We could probably get the 'Daily Mail' to run a scare story. (That's our British sensationalist newspaper, specialising in patriotic racism and 'Badgers give you cancer' scares. Sorta like Fox News?)
I recently developed glaucoma after 2 years of bass clarinet playing (2-4 hours daily). My ophthalmologist discovered it, has been keeping watch on it, and checked references. Conclusion: no connection. Instruments with possible links to eye pressure, according to her, are trumpet played a la Louis Armstrong, and bagpipes.