Diet therapy for prevention and treatment of hyperopia in children

Abstract: hyperopia is a common ophthalmic disease in children. Its initial symptoms are similar to myopia, which is easy to be confused with myopia. Therefore, understanding early symptoms and timely receiving examination and treatment can have a good recovery effect., Hyperopia is due to the short axis of the eye. When the adjustment state is not used, the main focus falls behind the retina after the parallel light passes through the refraction of the eye. The retina cannot form a clear image. Therefore, hyperopia often needs to use adjustment to strengthen the refractive power of the eye, so that the light entering the eye can gather on the retina and become a clear object image., Hyperopia is a common ophthalmic disease in children. The initial symptoms of this disease are somewhat similar to myopia, which is easy to be confused with myopia. Therefore, understanding early symptoms and timely receiving examination and treatment can have a good recovery effect., Children with hyperopia usually show visual impairment and visual fatigue, which has a great impact on children’s life and study, which makes parents and friends worried. I hope we can treat children’s hyperopia through diet therapy., There are several dietary therapy ideas for children with hyperopia:, (I) 2 tbsps of cooked peanut kernel powder, 1 egg, 1 cup of milk and 2 tablespoons of honey. Stir the eggs, pour them into the boiled milk, add peanut kernel powder and eat them with warm honey. (II) 10g Cordyceps sinensis and 200g chicken, stew them with water, eat meat and porridge after seasoning, which has a miraculous effect on hyperopia (3) 100 grams of medlar leaves and 200 grams of pig liver, stewed with water, seasoned and eaten.,

Hyperopia is due to the short axis of the eye. When the adjustment state is not used, the main focus falls behind the retina after the parallel light passes through the refraction of the eye. The retina cannot form a clear image. Therefore, hyperopia often needs to use adjustment to strengthen the refractive power of the eye, so that the light entering the eye can gather on the retina and become a clear image.

hyperopia is a common ophthalmic disease in children. The initial symptoms of this disease are somewhat similar to myopia, which is easy to be confused with myopia. Therefore, understanding the early symptoms and timely receiving examination and treatment can have a good recovery effect.

children with hyperopia usually show visual impairment and visual fatigue, which has a great impact on children’s life and study, which makes parents and friends worried. I hope we can treat children’s hyperopia through food therapy.

there are several dietary therapy ideas for children with hyperopia:

(I). 2 tbsps of cooked peanut kernel powder, 1 egg, 1 cup of milk and 2 tablespoons of honey. Stir the eggs, pour them into the boiled milk, add peanut kernel powder and wait for warm honey.

(2) 10 grams of Cordyceps sinensis and 200 grams of chicken are stewed with water. After seasoning, eat meat and porridge to treat hyperopia.

(III), 100 grams of medlar leaves and 200 grams of pig liver are stewed with water and eaten after seasoning.

(IV), 5 grams of cinnabar and 100 grams of chicken liver are stewed with water and eaten after seasoning. It has a good effect on hyperopia.

(V) 9g Codonopsis pilosula, 6G tangerine peel and 30g pig liver. Cut the pig liver into pieces, put it in the pot with Codonopsis pilosula and tangerine peel, add an appropriate amount of water, decoct for 30 minutes, and eat the pig liver.

(VII), 30g mung beans and 60g millet. Cook porridge slowly, and add 2 spoons of honey when eating breakfast.