I really can’t afford to delay the prevention and treatment of myopia

Abstract: frequent blinking can alleviate myopia and enhance vision to a certain extent. Therefore, when your child has the symptoms of frequent blinking, you should consider whether he has early myopia., Due to various reasons, the incidence of children’s myopia remains high. Many parents hope to find a good doctor for their children to check their eyesight, accurately optometry and match a pair of good glasses. But what is the degree of myopia in the face of children? What kind of situations need glasses? What kind of glasses do you wear? To the hospital or to the glasses store? Is it good to wear glasses? Parents are generally confused and embarrassed about how to wear glasses scientifically., Ophthalmologists remind parents that when you find one or more of the following symptoms, you should consider whether your child has early myopia. You should take your child to the hospital for examination as soon as possible to avoid delaying treatment: 1. Often squint when looking at objects: myopic patients often squint when looking at things, because the eyelids can cover part of the pupils when squinting, This can reduce the scattering of light, so as to temporarily improve and improve vision. Therefore, when your child often squints at objects, it should be considered that he may have early myopia., 2. Frequent blinking: frequent blinking can alleviate myopia and enhance vision to a certain extent. Therefore, when your child has the symptoms of frequent blinking, you should consider whether he has early myopia., 3. Often rub eyes: when some children can’t see objects clearly because of myopia, they often rub their eyes with their hands in order to better see objects. Therefore, when you find that your child often rubs his eyes, you should take him to the hospital to check his eyesight in time., 4. Often look at objects with their heads tilted: some children with early myopia often look at objects with their heads tilted. This is because looking at objects askew can reduce the impact of scattered light on their vision. Therefore, when you find that your child often looks at objects with his head tilted, be sure to take him to the hospital to check his eyesight and correct his wrong posture to avoid making him form the habit of looking at objects with his head tilted., 5. Often frown: some children with myopia have the habit of frowning. This is a way they try to improve their eyesight. But often frowning will make the extraocular muscles compress the eyeball, which will speed up the development of myopia. Therefore, when you find that your child often frowns, take him to the hospital to check his eyesight in time, and help him get rid of the problem of frowning often.,

due to various reasons, the incidence of children’s myopia remains high. Many parents hope to find a good doctor for their children to check their eyesight, accurate optometry and match a pair of good glasses. But what is the degree of myopia in the face of children? What kind of situations need glasses? What kind of glasses do you wear? To the hospital or to the glasses store? Is it good to wear glasses? Parents are generally confused and embarrassed about how to wear glasses scientifically.

ophthalmologists remind parents that when you find that your child has one or more of the following symptoms, you should consider whether he has early myopia. You should take the child to the hospital for examination as soon as possible to avoid delaying treatment:

1. Often squint when looking at objects: myopic patients often squint when looking at things, This is because the eyelids can block part of the pupils when squinting, which can reduce the scattering of light, so as to temporarily improve and improve vision. Therefore, when your child often squints at objects, it should be considered that he may have early myopia.

2. Frequent blinking: frequent blinking can alleviate myopia and enhance vision to a certain extent. Therefore, when your child has the symptoms of frequent blinking, you should consider whether he has early myopia.

3. Often rub eyes: when some children can’t see objects clearly because of myopia, they often rub their eyes with their hands in order to see objects better. Therefore, when you find that your child often rubs his eyes, you should take him to the hospital to check his eyesight in time.

4. Often look at objects with their heads tilted: some children with early myopia often look at objects with their heads tilted. This is because looking at objects askew can reduce the impact of scattered light on their vision. Therefore, when you find that your child often looks at objects with his head tilted, be sure to take him to the hospital to check his eyesight, and correct his wrong posture when looking at objects, so as not to make him form the habit of looking at objects with his head tilted.

5. Often frown: some children with myopia have the habit of frowning. This is a way they try to improve their eyesight. But often frowning will make the extraocular muscles compress the eyeball, which will speed up the development of myopia. Therefore, when it is found that your child often frowns, take him to the hospital to check his eyesight in time, and help him get rid of the problem of often frowning.

6. Often pull the corners of the eyes: after a few children suffer from myopia, they often pull the corners of their eyes outward with their hands. Because doing so can have the same effect as tilting your head and squinting your eyes. Therefore, when you find that your child has the habit of pulling the corners of his eyes, you should take him to the hospital to check his eyesight in time.

7. Often strabismus when looking at things: some children with myopia often have the habit of strabismus (that is, when one eye looks forward, the other eye will look outside involuntarily). Therefore, when you find that your child has the habit of strabismus, you should consider whether he has myopia.

8. Keep your eyes close to things when looking at things: when your child looks at objects, he always keeps close to them. When reading and writing, he often complains that the light in the room is too dark, take into account that your child may suffer from myopia.