Abstract: if children learn to walk too early, it will not only affect the development of spine, but also affect the development of vision. Children’s vision development is not perfect after birth. It is very beneficial to let children practice crawling.
for children with signs of myopia, parents should correct or treat them in time once they find them, so as not to miss the best recovery period
1 Children who sleep with lights on at night
children who sleep with lights on at night are more likely to develop myopia in the future, especially for children under the age of 2. If the child sleeps in a dark room before the age of 2, the proportion of myopia is 10%; If you sleep in a room with a small night light, the proportion of myopia is 34%; If you sleep in a room with headlights on, the proportion of myopia is 55%.
therefore, children must not turn on the light to sleep at night. If the child is really afraid of the dark, at least don’t turn on the bedroom light, you can turn on the corridor light.
2. Children who learn to walk early
children who learn to walk too early will not only affect the development of spine, but also have a certain impact on the development of vision. Children’s vision development is not perfect after birth. It is very beneficial to let children practice crawling. On the contrary, children who learn to walk too early will try to adjust the diopter and focal length of their eyes to focus because they can’t see the distant scenery clearly, which will make their children’s eyes tired and easy to damage their eyesight.
3. Children who often play with electronic products
. Many young parents like to “look after their children” with mobile phones and iPads. Once the children get their hands, they will almost immediately calm down and don’t need their parents’ company at all. However, for children whose vision is not yet mature, the damage of electronic products to vision is very great.
when children stare at the electronic screen for a long time, the radiation of light on the screen will inhibit the function of children’s retinal photoreceptor cells, causing visual fatigue and vision loss. At the same time, the screen brightness and sight distance flicker frequently, which will make the ciliary muscles of children’s eyes in a state of frequent movement, When ciliary muscle fatigue is excessive (ciliary muscle spasm), children are prone to myopia. Therefore, in the critical period of children’s visual development, parents should minimize their children’s exposure to electronic products and encourage their children to carry out more outdoor activities to alleviate eye fatigue.
4. Children with unbalanced nutrition
In the period of rapid growth and development of children, if the nutrition is unbalanced, the body may lack some nutrients. When the child lacks the following three nutrients, it may increase the probability of myopia.
calcium: calcium is related to the formation of the eyeball. If calcium intake is insufficient, it may lead to the monosexual decline of the sclera, the increase of pressure in the lens, and the elongation of the anterior and posterior diameter of the eyeball, resulting in myopia.
calcium rich foods include milk, yogurt, cheese, loach, shrimp, kelp, peanut, sesame paste, tofu, cabbage, rape, laver, fungus, egg yolk, pig liver, cow liver, sheep liver, etc.
chromium: if the child lacks chromium in the body, the activity of insulin will decline, and the regulation ability of glucose metabolism will also decline, resulting in too much sugar in the child’s body remaining in the blood, forcing the diopter of the eyes to change, and finally forming myopia.
chromium rich foods include beef, black pepper, brown rice, corn, millet, brown sugar, grape juice, edible fungi, etc.
vitamin A: one of the important physiological functions of vitamin A is to maintain the normal function of cornea and retina. The common symptoms of vitamin A deficiency are night blindness and vision loss. Therefore, there must be no lack of vitamin A in the child’s diet.
foods rich in vitamin A include spinach, alfalfa, pea seedlings, sweet potato, carrot, green pepper, pumpkin, tomato, pea, celery, lettuce, asparagus, animal liver, milk and dairy products, poultry eggs, etc.
5. Research on
of sugar loving children shows that children who eat sweets for a long time are more likely to develop myopia and progress faster than children with normal diet. Because sugar will soften the sclera of the eyeball, which is an important tissue to wrap the eyeball and maintain the shape of the eyeball. If the sclera becomes soft, the eyeball is easy to deform.
6. Children who sleep less
sleep less is also one of the reasons for children’s myopia. If the child is in a period of rapid growth and development, especially between the ages of 7 and 14, if the child sleeps too little and his eyes are tired for a long time, it is also easy to lead to myopia. During this period of time, if the child is nervous about learning, parents must pay attention to the child’s eye hygiene.
7. Children with low birth weight, such as
, who had less than 2500 grams of birth weight or had 2 weeks premature delivery, had a higher incidence rate of nearsightedness. Congenital development is inherently poor. In addition, if adverse external factors are encountered the day after tomorrow, the development of ocular axis is very easy to be affected. For such children, parents should pay special attention to the acquired living habits and eye hygiene.
8. Parents’ myopia exceeds 600 degrees, and children are prone to myopia
. Generally speaking, parents’ myopia below 300 degrees will not be inherited to children; The probability of inheritance of myopia of 300 ~ 600 degrees will increase; The genetic probability of myopia above 600 degrees will be greater.
the following five situations may be signs of children’s myopia:
when you find that children always squint when reading or watching TV, parents should pay attention. Because when squinting, the eyelid can block part of the pupil to reduce the scattering of light and temporarily improve and improve vision. If it goes on for a long time, it is likely to cause children’s myopia.
frowning is also a way for children to try to improve their eyesight. Often frowning will make the extraocular muscles compress the eyeball, reverse stimulate the eye muscles and accelerate the formation of myopia. Some children also show behaviors such as pulling the corners of their eyes or rubbing their eyes.
3. Look at things with your head askew
some children will always look at things with their head askew in the early stage of myopia, because looking at things with your head askew can reduce the impact of scattered light