How much harm does myopia do to children? Myopia prevention needs three efforts

Abstract: in today’s society, schools and parents have too high expectations for their children, and the knowledge is updated quickly, so it adds many unreasonable and additional burdens to students, resulting in an increase in the probability of myopia, which is a social problem to be solved., You will find that many people around us suffer from myopia, not only adults, but also children. They are still in the stage of growth and development, and the visual system is also developing, so myopia does more harm to children., So how much harm does myopia do to them?, (1) the easily injured child is short-sighted. After wearing glasses, because the child is lively and active, if he is accidentally hit and broken, his eyes will be stabbed, and the serious will lead to blindness. (2) the academic performance will decline. The child is short-sighted and can’t read clearly without glasses. After wearing glasses, it is easy to cause visual fatigue, inattention and decline in academic performance (3) Affect children’s future. If children have myopia, there are great restrictions on their choice of major and employment, and their future will be greatly affected. (4) genetic offspring. Modern medicine has proved that myopia due to acquired factors will also be inherited if it is not treated in time (5) Harm to physical and mental health. Due to children’s myopia, they are unable to participate in a variety of sports activities, which affects their normal physical development, resulting in children’s physical weakness and diseases, and their physical and mental health is greatly affected.

We will find that many people around us have myopia. Not only adults but also children have myopia. They are still in the stage of growth and development, and the visual system is also developing, so myopia does more harm to children.

then how much harm does myopia do to them?

(1) easily damaged. After children get myopia and wear glasses, because children are lively and active, if they are accidentally hit and broken, their eyes will be stabbed, and the serious will lead to blindness.

(2) Poor academic performance. Children are short-sighted and can’t read clearly without glasses. Wearing glasses is easy to cause visual fatigue, inattention and decline in academic performance.

(3) affect children’s future. Children are short-sighted, and there are great restrictions on choosing a major and employment. Their future is greatly affected.

(4) Genetic offspring modern medicine has proved that myopia due to acquired factors, if not treated in time, will also be inherited.

(5) endangers physical and mental health. Due to children’s myopia, they are unable to participate in a variety of sports activities, affecting their normal physical development, resulting in children’s physical weakness and diseases, and greatly affecting their physical and mental health.

Myopia prevention:

I. social prevention: in today’s society, schools and parents have too high expectations for their children, and the knowledge is updated quickly, so it adds many unreasonable and additional burdens to students, resulting in an increase in the probability of myopia, which is a social problem to be solved. Therefore, first of all, we need social support to make children relatively free and relaxed in the process of eye development.

II. School prevention: the first is the school’s environmental facilities: the classroom should be spacious and bright, the lighting distribution should be scientific and reasonable, the height of tables and chairs should be appropriate, and books and papers should not reflect light, etc; Secondly, the school’s eye Education: regularly carry out visual examination, strengthen the education and publicity of eye hygiene, and urge students to seriously do eye exercises; Finally, reduce the amount of work. In addition, change seats regularly and rotate left, middle and right.

III. family prevention: create a good learning environment: especially lighting, 8-15w fluorescent lamp or 25-40w bulb is appropriate. Cultivate the correct habit of using eyes: the reading posture is correct, the eyes are about 1 foot away from the book, the reading time is about 1 hour, and it is appropriate to rest for 15 minutes. Avoid lying down and reading. The TV watching time should not be too long. The distance between the eyes and the screen should be 5 times of the diagonal of the TV screen. Provide comprehensive nutrition: Children’s food should not only have vegetables and fruits rich in vitamins and trace elements, but also have a certain amount of sugar, protein and fat, such as meat, eggs and milk, because the health of eyes comes from the health of the whole body.