Don’t pass on myopia to children!

Abstract: it is necessary to restore vision after myopia, but restoring vision is not the only work to do after myopia. Because in addition to restoring eyesight, there is another work that must be done, that is, trying to control the development of myopia. If myopia is not controlled, it may not only cause complications, but also be passed on to the next generation. The reason why there are more and more

myopia patients is closely related to its occurrence form. Because myopia can be formed not only the day after tomorrow, but also through congenital inheritance. And the acquired myopia determines whether it will be inherited to a certain extent. Therefore, to deal with the problem of myopia, we can first make a breakthrough in the acquired formation and inheritance of myopia, so as to reveal the truth of myopia.

myopia gives people the most intuitive feeling is blurred vision, which will affect learning and life. To this end, many people feel that the most important job to deal with myopia is to restore vision rather than others. Of course, myopia certainly needs to restore vision, but is restoring vision really the only work to do after dealing with myopia? Listen to the experts first.

myopia, it is necessary to restore vision, but restoring vision is not the only thing to do after myopia. Because in addition to restoring eyesight, there is another work that must be done, that is, trying to control the development of myopia. If myopia is not controlled, it may not only cause complications, but also be passed on to the next generation. Experts expressed their concerns about dealing with myopia. Why does

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say that myopia does not control its development and may be passed on to the next generation? In fact, myopia is a process of “quantitative change to qualitative change”. The truth in this can start with the occurrence of myopia. Under normal circumstances, a person’s eyes tend to have a certain hyperopia after birth. With the development of the eyes, the symptoms of hyperopia generally disappear when he is about 6 years old. After that, the eyes will return to normal zero. After the age of 6, if you use your eyes excessively or incorrectly, as well as eye trauma, it may lead to myopia. However, if myopia occurs before the age of 6, it is often related to heredity. Of course,

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are not inherited from myopia to the next generation. There is a general measurement standard, which is the process from “quantitative change to qualitative change”. Usually, children’s myopia before school is often low. The low degree here refers to the degree of myopia below 200 degrees. After that, myopia will develop from low to moderate under certain time accumulation, and the range of moderate myopia is 300-600 degrees; However, moderate is not the limit of myopia. It will also develop from moderate to high. Height refers to more than 600 degrees; However, the height is not the end. Myopia also has super height, which is often more than 800 degrees. Myopia develops along a trapezoidal pattern from low to moderate, then to high, and then to super high. What does this have to do with heredity?

clinical medicine has proved that myopia can be inherited, and the higher the degree, the greater the probability of inheritance to the next generation. Relevant research data show that if both parents are highly myopic, 100% of their children are highly myopic. If one parent is high myopia and the other is a carrier of pathogenic gene, the prevalence of myopia in offspring is 50%. If both parents are not highly myopic, but the carriers of the disease gene, the incidence rate of children may be 25%. If one parent is highly myopic and the other is normal, the child will not have high myopia and may be the carrier of the pathogenic gene.

it is not difficult to see from the data that the degree of myopia directly affects the genetic probability. The development of myopia from low to high is a “quantitative change”. High myopia is likely to be inherited to the next generation and naturally evolved into a “qualitative change”. The “quantitative change” to “qualitative change” of myopia is a danger signal, not only for heredity, but also for the patient himself. High myopia is more prone to complications than mild myopia. These complications include glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinal detachment and so on.

since the genetic problem of myopia has been understood, how should we deal with it? Experts said: to break the genetic problem of myopia, the first thing to do is not to let myopia transition from “quantitative change” to “qualitative change”. How to cut off the cycle from “quantitative change” to “qualitative change”? That is, after myopia, we should not only restore vision, but also take strong measures to control the development of myopia and make the degree of myopia not develop, which indirectly prevents the occurrence of “qualitative change.”

in short, the problem of myopia cannot be underestimated. We should be responsible not only for our own eyes, but also for the next generation. Only when everyone adheres to this attitude and takes myopia seriously will the myopia population shrink slowly and our eyes can remain bright for a long time.