Can people with shallow myopia recover slowly without glasses?

Abstract: if the eyes can not get clear visual signal stimulation, the ciliary muscle responsible for regulating the function in the eyes may overwork, which can easily lead to visual fatigue, even strabismus, amblyopia and other problems. In

life, we often meet some people with low myopia. For glasses, they often wear them sometimes and don’t wear them sometimes. According to the Internet, people with shallow myopia don’t often wear glasses, and they can gradually get rid of myopia. Is this true? Can people with low degree of

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not often wear glasses? The correct answer is: if you are short-sighted, wearing glasses is good for your eyes, which has nothing to do with the degree!

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once myopia is diagnosed, you need to wear glasses. Doctors will recommend wearing them often. This has nothing to do with the degree of myopia. High myopia patients must wear glasses for a long time, and low degree patients are no exception. Not wearing glasses often, or the degree is not suitable, will only increase eye fatigue and deepen the degree of myopia.

if the eyes can not get clear visual signal stimulation, the ciliary muscle responsible for regulating the function in the eyes may overwork, which can easily lead to visual fatigue, even strabismus, amblyopia and other problems. Therefore, even if the degree of myopia is not high, you should wear glasses for a long time to prevent excessive strain of ciliary muscles.

in addition, some people believe that whether it is necessary to wear glasses for a long time is related to age, and teenagers and adults should not be generalized. However, teenagers and adults can really generalize about this. They’d better wear it for a long time rather than occasionally. The eye development of

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teenagers is not stable. For myopia under the age of 18, the annual increase of glasses is generally no more than 100 degrees. In contrast, those who wear glasses occasionally or never wear glasses will have their eyes in defocus (hazy) and fatigue for a long time, resulting in poor visual acuity, decreased eye convergence ability and easier increase of myopia.