Diet and medicated diet for amblyopia children

Abstract: dystrophic amblyopia is a retrobulbar optic neuritis caused by lack of nutrients. It is common for young children born to women with severe malnutrition during pregnancy and lactation. It is mainly vitamin B1 deficiency., Amblyopia includes pathological amblyopia and disuse amblyopia. The former is caused by the diseases of ocular refractive stroma, optic nerve, optic pathway and optic cortical center; The latter is caused by strabismus or abnormal refraction, so that the visual acuity of the eye has not been developed and exercised. According to the pathogenesis of amblyopia, modern scholars can be divided into strabismus amblyopia, anisometropic amblyopia, form deprivation amblyopia, congenital amblyopia, ametropic amblyopia and so on. Amblyopia is difficult to treat. “Early detection and early treatment” is the key to treatment. If it is retreated over the age of 12, its effective rate decreases significantly. Diet and medicated diet are used to treat malnutrition amblyopia, which can prevent or delay its occurrence and development., Dystrophic amblyopia is a kind of retrobulbar optic neuritis caused by lack of nutrients. It is common for young children born to women with severe malnutrition during pregnancy and lactation. It is mainly vitamin B1 deficiency. Under normal circumstances, after vitamin B1 is absorbed by the human body, it can be transformed into an essential auxiliary component of acetone ammonia dehydrogenase. In addition, vitamin B1 also plays a role in maintaining the normal conduction function of nerve tissue. The optic nerve is a part of the central nervous system, which is connected between the brain and the eyeball. It can continuously transmit the visual signals received by the two eyes to the brain to produce vision. The tissue structure of the optic nerve is very delicate. When vitamin B1 deficiency occurs in the body, causing material metabolism disorder, it is easy to be damaged, affecting the transmission of visual signals, resulting in decreased vision and amblyopia., When choosing foods, you can choose foods rich in vitamin B1 such as peanuts, peas, soybeans and sunflower seeds. Animal foods rich in vitamin B1 include soft shelled turtle, snail, pork, sheep liver, sheep kidney, pig liver, etc. As a medicated diet, we should focus on the principle of supplementing vitamin B1 and giving consideration to the comprehensive balance of other nutrients. At the same time, combined with other treatment methods., Prescription for medicinal diet: prescription 1: 50g cooked peanuts, about 50g egg, 200g milk and 15g honey.,

amblyopia includes pathological amblyopia and disuse amblyopia. The former is caused by the diseases of ocular refractive stroma, optic nerve, optic pathway and optic cortical center; The latter is caused by strabismus or abnormal refraction, so that the visual acuity of the eye has not been developed and exercised. According to the pathogenesis of amblyopia, modern scholars can be divided into strabismus amblyopia, anisometropic amblyopia, form deprivation amblyopia, congenital amblyopia, ametropic amblyopia and so on. Amblyopia is difficult to treat. “Early detection and early treatment” is the key to treatment. If it is retreated over the age of 12, its effective rate decreases significantly. Diet and medicated diet are used to treat dystrophic amblyopia, which can prevent or delay its occurrence and development.

dystrophic amblyopia is a kind of retrobulbar optic neuritis caused by lack of nutrients. It is common for young children born to women with severe malnutrition during pregnancy and lactation. It is mainly vitamin B1 deficiency. Under normal circumstances, after vitamin B1 is absorbed by the human body, it can be transformed into an essential auxiliary component of acetone ammonia dehydrogenase. In addition, vitamin B1 also plays a role in maintaining the normal conduction function of nerve tissue. The optic nerve is a part of the central nervous system, which is connected between the brain and the eyeball. It can continuously transmit the visual signals received by the two eyes to the brain to produce vision. The tissue structure of the optic nerve is very delicate. When vitamin B1 deficiency occurs in the body, causing material metabolism disorder, it is easy to be damaged, affecting the transmission of visual signals, resulting in decreased vision and amblyopia.

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when choosing foods, you can choose foods rich in vitamin B1, such as peanuts, peas, soybeans and sunflower seeds. Animal foods rich in vitamin B1 include turtle, snail, pork, sheep liver, sheep kidney, pig liver, etc. As a medicated diet, we should focus on the principle of supplementing vitamin B1 and giving consideration to the comprehensive balance of other nutrients. At the same time, combined with other treatment methods.

medicated diet prescription

prescription 1:

50g cooked peanuts, about 50g egg, 200g milk and 15g honey. Preparation method of

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: remove the shell of the egg, stir well, pour in the boiled milk for flushing, and then add peanut kernel and honey after boiling, and stir well.

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: take one dose a day for breakfast. 40 grams of sheep liver, 15 grams of Astragalus. Restraint method: slice sheep liver, put it in the pot with Astragalus, add an appropriate amount of water and cook for 20 minutes. How to take it: eat sheep liver and drink soup. Liver slices can be dipped in seasoning, 1 dose a day.

prescription 2:

30 ~ 60g dodder, 100g japonica rice, appropriate amount of white sugar.

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preparation methods: first wash the dodder, mash it, add water to fry the juice, remove the residue, add rice to cook the porridge, add sugar when the porridge is ready, and cook it slightly.

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: 7 ~ 10 days as a course of treatment, take it twice in the morning and evening, and take it again every 3 ~ 5 days.