I didn’t expect that eyesight 1.0 means you may be short-sighted?

Abstract: our eyes, like our height, will grow up. We should have different reserves at different ages. The normal reserve is: 3-year-old children should have 275 degrees of hyperopia reserve to ensure that you will not be myopia in the future, 150 degrees of hyperopia reserve at the age of 6 and 100 degrees of hyperopia reserve at the age of 15.

actually, Vision and refractive status (that is, optometry results) are out of proportion. At vision 1.0, your refractive status may be 50 degrees myopia, 50 degrees hyperopia, or 200 degrees hyperopia. Therefore, optometrists pay more attention to your refractive status and diagnose whether your eyes will be myopia in the future or soon.

Our eyes, like our height, will grow up and have different reserves at different ages. The normal reserve is: 3-year-old children should have 275 degrees of hyperopia reserve to ensure that you will not be myopia in the future, 150 degrees of hyperopia reserve at the age of 6 and 100 degrees of hyperopia reserve at the age of 15. If you are 6 years old, the optometry results have no degree. Although your eyesight is 1.0, the optometrist will also tell you that you will soon be short-sighted, and you will develop at least moderate myopia in the future, because you will run out of reserves at the age of 6. Just like a 13-year-old child and a 16-year-old child are also 1.5 meters tall. Whoever grows to 1.8 meters is, of course, a 13-year-old child, because he still has reserves for puberty, while a 16-year-old child almost runs out of reserves for puberty.

in order to better protect children’s eyes and take control measures in time, please give your children a refractive examination regularly. According to the child’s eye development characteristics, refractive examination shall be conducted for the child every six months before the age of 7, and once every year after the age of 7. Start your first refractive examination at least at the age of 3.