Can you really treat myopia through “eating”?!

Abstract: most myopia is axial myopia, which can be understood as eyeball elongation. Therefore, the light will focus in front of the retina rather than on the retina, so it can’t see clearly. For children without myopia, there is no research to prove whether eating these “eyesight” foods can prevent myopia.

60 years ago, 10% – 20% of China’s population was myopia. Today, nearly 90% of teenagers and young people are nearsighted. Why are there more and more children with myopia? Is it really useful for parents to say to their children, “eat more fish eyes / pig liver to brighten your eyes”?

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can children’s myopia be solved by “eating”?

most myopia is axial myopia, which can be understood as eyeball elongation. Therefore, the light will focus in front of the retina rather than on the retina, so it will not be clear. For children without myopia, there is no research to prove whether eating these “eyesight” foods can prevent myopia.

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can effectively prevent and control children’s myopia. It’s time for parents to “make up classes”!

research shows that increasing outdoor activity time has a clear protective effect on the occurrence and development of juvenile myopia. Therefore, when parents are free, they must take their children outdoors. More outdoor activities are less likely to develop myopia. For children who want to prevent myopia, outdoor activities should be at least 2 hours a day, and 3 hours is better.