Four types of children prone to myopia

Abstract: myopia is a symptom of many children now, so which children are prone to myopia? Let’s take a look at the children who are most likely to suffer from myopia., 1. Children born prematurely, children born prematurely for 2 weeks or more, often have myopia in childhood. The mechanism of myopia in these children is the same as that in low birth weight children., 2. For children with less sleep time, during the accelerated period of children’s growth and development, especially when they are 7-9 years old and 12-14 years old, if the children’s sleep time is reduced or artificially deprived of sleep time (excessive homework burden), myopia will occur in some children., 3. For children whose parents are myopic, the genetic degree of myopia increases with the deepening of degree. Generally speaking, myopia below 300 degrees has little to do with heredity: myopia of 300-600 degrees has a close relationship with heredity; Almost all myopia above 600 degrees is related to heredity., 4. Children with low birth weight,

1. Children born prematurely

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children born prematurely for 2 weeks or more often have myopia in childhood. The mechanism of myopia in these children is the same as that in low birth weight children.

2. Children with less sleep time

in the accelerated period of children’s growth and development, especially when they are 7-9 years old and 12-14 years old, if the children’s sleep time is reduced or artificially deprived of sleep time (overburdened with homework), myopia will occur in some children.

3. The genetic degree of

myopia in children whose parents are myopia increases with the deepening of degree. Generally speaking, myopia below 300 degrees has little to do with heredity: myopia of 300-600 degrees has a close relationship with heredity; Myopia above 600 degrees is almost related to heredity.

4. Children with low birth weight

children who weigh less than 2500 grams at birth are prone to myopia before puberty. This is mainly due to the congenital dysplasia of low birth weight children and the long development of ocular axis caused by adverse factors.

from this point of view, the above types of children are more likely to suffer from myopia diseases, and parents should prevent them in advance.