How to avoid myopia “inheritance” to children?

Abstract: minors have a natural worship psychology for their parents’ behavior and less ability to distinguish right from wrong. Therefore, parents should be highly vigilant about “behavior inheritance”, set an example at home, develop good living habits and scientific behavior, and do not leave a negative impact on their children.

parents’ behavior habits are easy to cause visual impairment after being imitated by children, that is, parents’ “behavior inheritance” affects children’s vision. The

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surveys found that because of myopia, parents like to take books, newspapers and mobile phones very close, and children naturally imitate them in life and also love to read close; Some parents like to look at the things in front with their faces sideways and heads tilted when looking at the distance, and their children follow suit. Over time, it is easy to cause strabismus; Parents watch TV, play computer and lie down to read books for a long time, and children follow around. Once they come and go, they become myopia.

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minors have a natural worship psychology for their parents’ behavior and less ability to distinguish right from wrong. Therefore, parents should be highly vigilant about “behavior inheritance”, set an example at home, develop good living habits and scientific behavior, and do not leave a negative impact on their children. Parents should pay attention to the “clues” of their children’s words and deeds, find the signs of visual impairment in time, and treat and correct them in time.

then, how to determine that your child has a certain degree of visual impairment?

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research shows that visually impaired children frown and blink constantly when looking at things, and sometimes rub their eyes with their hands (it may be hyperopia or astigmatism); When writing, lie on the desktop, or cover one eye, or tilt your head (may be myopia or unequal vision); When reading articles, they will skip lines (jump words), or use their fingers to guide reading (it may be the poor coordination of their eyes, or the poor ability of tracking and jumping vision); When watching TV, often squint and squint your head (may be myopia or unequal vision).

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the above phenomena can not occur in a child with normal vision. Once the child is found to have the above symptoms, there is a certain degree of visual impairment. Parents should pay attention to it.