Children with hyperopia should be found earlier than myopia!

Abstract: through wearing glasses and instruments to exercise the eye muscles and promote development, however, while exercising the muscles, it is necessary to supply the muscles with the nutrients they need, otherwise, the muscle strength will be reduced., Not long ago, a vision screening of 2054 children aged 3-6 years in small classes and middle schools of 6 kindergartens in Minhang District, Shanghai showed that 696 people had vision lower than the normal level of the same age, and the detection rate was as high as 33.9%. The survey also found that hyperopia is the main cause of low vision in preschool children aged 3-6., Why? Because we are born with hyperopia! Everyone’s ocular axis has been growing since birth. At the beginning, it is hyperopia. With the growth of ocular axis, the eyes gradually face up, and then myopia may occur., Newborn children often have hyperopia of 200-300 degrees due to their small eyeball length. Later, with the growth of age, the length of eyeball gradually increases, the degree of hyperopia will decrease, and slowly turn to emmetropia. When children grow to 2 years old, their vision will develop to about 0.4. When they grow to 5 or 6 years old, their hyperopia vision will only be about 150 degrees., Pediatric experts have found that before the age of 8 is the “golden time” to correct hyperopia. Due to the development law of eye structure, at the age of 5 and 6, the child’s vision reaches the emmetropia level under the normal development process. In the next few years, if the eye axis length continues to grow, it will turn into myopia., If children aged 3 to 4 have “eye to eye”, most of them are caused by hyperopia. Myopia and hyperopia have a common feature, that is, they always like watching TV at close range. The difference between the two is that myopia is squinting, while hyperopia is staring., The main cause of hyperopia in western medicine is that some people are in the process of eye development, Due to the influence of internal (genetic) and external environment, the development of eyeball stops, and the axial length of eyeball can not reach the length of emmetropia. Therefore, infants or young children who still maintain the axial length of eyeball in adulthood are called axial hyperopia.

Not long ago, a vision screening of 2054 children aged 3-6 years in small classes and middle schools of 6 kindergartens in Minhang District, Shanghai showed that 696 people had vision lower than the normal level of the same age, and the detection rate was as high as 33.9%. The survey also found that hyperopia is the main cause of low vision in preschool children aged 3-6 years.

why? Because we are born with hyperopia! Everyone’s ocular axis continues to grow after birth. At the beginning, it is hyperopia. With the growth of ocular axis, the eyes gradually face up, and then myopia may occur.

newborn children often have hyperopia of 200-300 degrees due to their small eye length. Later, with the growth of age, the length of eyeball gradually increases, the degree of hyperopia will decrease, and slowly turn to emmetropia. When children grow to 2 years old, their vision will develop to about 0.4. When they grow to 5 or 6 years old, their hyperopia vision will only be about 150 degrees.

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pediatric experts have found that before the age of 8 is the “golden time” for correction of hyperopia. Due to the development law of eye structure, at the age of 5 and 6, the child’s vision reaches the emmetropia level under the normal development process. In the following years, if the axial length continues to grow, it will turn into myopia.

if children aged 3 to 4 have “eye to eye”, most of them are caused by hyperopia. Myopia and hyperopia have a common feature, that is, they always like watching TV at close range. The difference between the two is that myopia is squinting, while hyperopia is staring.

causes of hyperopia

in western medicine, the main cause of hyperopia is that some people are in the process of eye development, Due to the influence of internal (genetic) and external environment, the development of eyeball stops, and the axial length of eyeball can not reach the length of emmetropia. Therefore, infants or young children still maintain the axial length of eyeball in adulthood, which is called axial hyperopia.

In traditional Chinese medicine, the lack of essence of unborn parents, or the old and weak parents, or excessive atrial exertion, lack of blood essence, or malnutrition and lack of Qi and blood can affect fetal development and lead to congenital deficiency. What are the hazards of

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hyperopia? The main hazards of

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hyperopia first, eyes are more prone to fatigue. (because the focus of hyperopia eye falls behind the retina, it needs more adjustment force than normal people when looking close, which makes hyperopia eye more prone to visual fatigue.) hazard 2 of

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is to form amblyopia. (the reason is that the eye axis does not grow at the normal speed, resulting in insufficient stimulation, affecting the normal development of visual function, resulting in amblyopia.)

recovery method of hyperopia

1. Recovery method of traditional Chinese medicine: dredge the meridians to make the blood circulation unblocked, but if the child’s ability to provide Qi and blood is very weak, the meridians are unblocked, and the child’s hyperopia also needs a long time to recover;

2. Western medicine method: exercise the eye muscles by wearing glasses and instruments to promote development. However, while exercising the muscles, it is necessary to supply the muscles with the nutrients they need, otherwise, the muscle strength will be reduced.