Do adults also have pseudomyopia?

Abstract: this kind of pseudomyopia in adults will bring difficulty to optometry. Just as children prone to pseudomyopia need mydriasis when they are wearing glasses, these adults with pseudomyopia also need mydriasis optometry to match glasses of accurate degree., Many people know pseudomyopia. Most people think of pseudomyopia and will be associated with children, but some people don’t know that adults also have pseudomyopia., In the past, pseudomyopia was mostly associated with children and adolescents. Now, due to the emergence of more and more people with “visual fatigue”, adults also began to have pseudomyopia., In recent years, due to the emergence of smart phones and tablet computers, adults’ eye habits have changed greatly from the past. Long time close reading, reading too small words, computer operation for too long, etc. will overuse the adjustment ability of the eye, which can cause visual fatigue symptoms such as eye swelling and pain, dry hair, blurred vision, heavy eyelids, and even headache, orbital pain, even nausea and vomiting. This is “visual fatigue”., The discomfort caused by visual fatigue is actually a signal from your body that your eyes need to rest. If you are still reluctant to let your eyes rest for a while, so that your eyes are in a state of fatigue for a long time and can not be relieved and adjusted, it is easy to lead to ciliary muscle spasm. The continuous contraction time of ciliary muscle is too long, so that your eyes are in a state of fatigue and myopia for a long time, and regulatory myopia, namely pseudomyopia, will occur., This kind of pseudomyopia in adults will make it difficult to match glasses and optometry. Just as children prone to pseudomyopia need mydriasis when matching glasses, these adults with pseudomyopia also need mydriasis optometry to match glasses of accurate degree., For convenience, many adults choose to have optometry in ordinary glasses stores. If he has pseudomyopia, the diopter obtained without mydriatic refraction may be 50 to 150 degrees more than his actual diopter. In this way, the degree of glasses is far from the correct degree, which is over corrected., Wearing such “over corrected” glasses for a long time will make the wearer feel very uncomfortable, aggravate his visual fatigue, and then form a vicious circle. For some patients with high myopia, if they are in visual fatigue for a long time after entering adulthood, they will not only have pseudomyopia, but also aggravate their true myopia., Experts say mydriatic optometry is a rigorous medical behavior, and mydriatic optometry is only allowed in formal medical institutions.,

many people know pseudomyopia. Most people think of pseudomyopia and will be associated with children, but some people don’t know that adults also have pseudomyopia.

in the past, pseudomyopia was mostly associated with children and adolescents. Now, due to the emergence of more and more “visual fatigue” people, adults also began to have pseudomyopia.

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in recent years, due to the emergence of smart phones and tablet computers, adults’ eye habits have changed greatly from the past. Long time close reading, reading too small words, long computer operation time, etc. will overuse the adjustment ability of the eye, which can cause visual fatigue symptoms such as eye swelling and pain, dry hair, blurred vision, heavy eyelids, and even headache, orbital pain, even nausea and vomiting, which is “visual fatigue”.

the discomfort caused by visual fatigue is actually the body’s signal to you that your eyes need to rest. If you are still reluctant to let your eyes rest for a while, so that your eyes are in a state of fatigue for a long time and can not be relieved and adjusted, it is easy to lead to ciliary muscle spasm. The continuous contraction time of ciliary muscle is too long, so that your eyes are in a state of fatigue myopia for a long time, and regulatory myopia, namely pseudomyopia, will occur.

this kind of pseudomyopia of adults will bring difficulty to optometry. Just as children prone to pseudomyopia need mydriasis when matching glasses, these adults with pseudomyopia also need mydriasis optometry to match glasses of accurate degree.

many adults choose to have optometry in ordinary glasses stores for convenience. If he has pseudomyopia, the diopter obtained without mydriatic refraction may be 50 to 150 degrees more than his actual diopter. In this way, the degree of glasses is far from the correct degree, which is over corrected.

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wearing such “over corrected” glasses for a long time will make the wearer feel very uncomfortable, aggravate his visual fatigue, and then form a vicious circle. For some patients with high myopia, if they are in visual fatigue for a long time after entering adulthood, they will not only have pseudomyopia, but also aggravate their true myopia.

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experts say mydriatic optometry is a rigorous medical behavior, and mydriatic optometry is only allowed in formal medical institutions.