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Do not want to delay the child's eyesight, parents should see

Posting time:2023-01-31 14:33:53

Do not want to delay the child's eyesight, parents should see

my country is a big country of myopia, especially the myopia rate of children and adolescents is getting higher and higher, which has also attracted the attention of the whole society. What is the cause of myopia in children? Is myopia related to heredity? What should parents do after finding out that their child is short-sighted? Shilijia has compiled the following contents for parents' reference. First, how often does a child develop normal vision? You may not know that everyone is not born with a vision of 1.0. When they are born, they can only see blurry black and white images. With the stimulation of external visual information, various functions of the eyeball develop slowly, about three months. Only at the age of 6 can they see the faces of their parents, and they can watch for a long time at 6 months. At the age of 1, their vision and fine movements are coordinated, and they develop into adult vision at the age of 6 or 7. Different age groups have different visual acuity levels. When the visual acuity does not reach the level of normal age, it is called amblyopia. Second, parents have myopia, will it be passed on to their children? According to the survey data, both parents are highly myopic (more than 600 degrees of myopia), and the probability of passing on myopia to the baby is about 40%; if one of them is highly myopic, the probability of inheritance can be reduced to 20%; It is a low degree of myopia, and the probability of heredity is smaller. Excluding acquired environmental reasons, 3-6-year-old babies have a high degree of myopia, and the cause has a lot to do with heredity. Third, children are short-sighted, what are the parents' actions that are wrong? After confirming that the child has myopia, what should parents do? Due to lack of correct eye care knowledge, many parents have some misunderstandings and prejudices about myopia, and intervene in children's myopia correction accordingly. Here are some common misconceptions and prejudices that occur among parents. 1 Misunderstanding: The child is still young and does not need glasses. Some parents worry that if the child wears glasses at a young age, they will be ridiculed by their peers. Truth: Whether or not the degree of myopia deepens has little to do with glasses, but is caused by changes in the refractive state of the eye itself. Wearing glasses is to correct myopia, and wearing the correct glasses itself will not lead to the occurrence of myopia, and the appropriate degree of glasses can also effectively prevent the deepening of myopia. Parents and children should face the issue of wearing glasses with a good attitude. 2 Misunderstanding: Glasses do not need to be worn all the time. Some parents think that children only need to wear glasses when they are listening to lectures and reading the blackboard, or when they are writing and reading. They can not wear them in normal life. The truth: Whether you need to wear glasses all the time depends on the degree and vision. For higher degrees (more than 200 degrees), it is generally recommended to wear glasses all the time, so as to obtain better visual quality, and myopia will deepen and slow down; Low, do not lie down to do homework or read books, sit upright, can wear glasses when looking far (watching the blackboard and watching TV), but do not need to wear glasses when looking near (writing homework and reading); if the eyesight is poor and the degree difference between the two sides is large, it is recommended to wear glasses all the time mirror. How can parents help their children protect their eyesight? 1. Don't let your child read or watch TV for a long time too early, and don't let your child use the mobile phone to play games for a long time. 2. Don't read or watch TV in a dark place or in a shaking car. 3, a balanced diet, eat more foods containing vitamin A or carotene. 4. When the sun is strong, help the child to wear a sun hat or sunglasses appropriately to avoid direct sunlight to the eyes. 5. Regularly receive a vision examination about half a year. 6. In addition to wearing glasses, myopic children can also correct their vision through scientific programs.

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