If children don’t pay attention to their diet, they can eat out their myopia

Abstract: if you eat too many protein foods such as roasted mutton kebabs, it will cause calcium deficiency in the body. In the case of calcium deficiency, the sclera strength will be reduced, and the toughness will be healthy. You can’t resist the stimulation for a long time, resulting in early myopia., As the saying goes, “illness comes from the mouth”, many parents understand the truth. However, when children are short-sighted, the first reason parents think of is to use their eyes too much and play too many mobile phones and computers. In fact, what many parents don’t know is that myopia is also an “entrance disease”., Sometimes if you don’t pay attention to your diet, myopia will also find you. So what kind of food will harm your child’s eyes? Come on, come on, owl king of love, let me tell you.,   1. Eating barbecue and smoked food causes calcium deficiency. Some data show that the formation of myopia is related to the lack of inorganic salts such as calcium and chromium. Inorganic salts calcium and chromium play an important role in maintaining intraocular pressure, eye wall hardness and preventing myopia. If you eat too many protein foods such as roasted and smoked mutton kebabs, it will cause calcium deficiency in the body. In the case of calcium deficiency, the sclera strength will be reduced, and the toughness will be healthy. It can not resist long-term stimulation, resulting in early myopia.,   2. Excessive sweets will reduce vision. Children should not eat too much sweets. Because excessive intake of sugar will reduce the elasticity of ocular sclera tissue. Under the influence of intraocular pressure, the eye wall expands, making the anterior and posterior diameter of the eyeball too long, which is easy to cause myopia. At the same time, sugar metabolism requires a large amount of vitamin B1. If too much sugar is consumed, vitamin B1 will be consumed, and too much sugar will also reduce the calcium in the body, which will also reduce the elasticity of eye wall and contribute to the development trend of myopia.,   3. Fine food makes the eyeball grow too long. In addition, fine processed starch foods, such as French fries and cakes, will promote the pancreas to secrete more insulin. Too much insulin will cause the rapid reduction of an important growth factor “protein-3”. Researchers believe that the disorder of “protein-3” during development will cause children’s eyeballs to grow too long and the development of eye lenses to be uncoordinated. Myopia is that the eyeball is too long, so that the image can not focus in front of the retina, resulting in blurred images.,

as the saying goes: “illness comes from the mouth”. Many parents understand the truth. However, when children are nearsighted, the first reason parents think of is to use their eyes too much and play too many mobile phones and computers. In fact, many parents do not know that myopia is also an “entrance disease”.

sometimes do not pay attention to diet, myopia will also find you, so what kind of food will harm children’s eyes? Come on, come on, owl king of love, let me tell you.

  1. Some data show that the formation of myopia is related to the lack of inorganic salts such as calcium and chromium. Inorganic salts calcium and chromium play an important role in maintaining intraocular pressure, eye wall hardness and preventing myopia. If you eat too much barbecue and smoked protein foods, such as roast mutton kebabs, it will cause calcium deficiency in the body. In the case of calcium deficiency, the sclera strength will be reduced, and the toughness will be healthy. It can not resist long-term stimulation, resulting in early myopia.

  2. Excessive sweets will reduce eyesight.

children should not eat too much sweets. Because excessive intake of sugar will reduce the elasticity of ocular sclera tissue. Under the influence of intraocular pressure, the eye wall expands, making the anterior and posterior diameter of the eyeball too long, which is easy to cause myopia. At the same time, sugar metabolism requires a large amount of vitamin B1. If too much sugar is ingested, vitamin B1 will be consumed, and too much sugar will also reduce the calcium in the body, which will also reduce the elasticity of eye wall and contribute to the development trend of myopia.

  3. Fine food makes the eyes grow too long

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. In addition, fine processed starch foods, such as French fries and cakes, will promote the pancreas to secrete more insulin. Too much insulin will cause the rapid reduction of an important growth factor “protein-3”. Researchers believe that the disorder of “protein-3” during development will cause children’s eyeballs to grow too long and the development of eye lenses to be uncoordinated. Myopia is that the eyeball is too long, so that the image can not focus in front of the retina, resulting in blurred images.

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it should be noted that if children don’t pay attention to chewing well, their eyesight will also decline.

what should we do to prevent myopia?

1. Self prevention

children should have the concept of preventing myopia, actively participate in physical exercise, enhance their physique, combine work and rest, and give consideration to distance and distance. Consciously do eye exercises to eliminate eye muscle fatigue. Develop good eating habits, not partial to food, not picky about food. Develop good living habits, go to bed early and get up early, and reasonably arrange your study time.

2. School prevention

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.

3. Family daily prevention

(1) create a good learning environment: especially lighting, 8-15w fluorescent lamp or 25-40w bulb is appropriate.

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(2) cultivate correct eye habits: sit upright when reading, keep your eyes about 1 foot away from the book, take a rest of 15 minutes for reading time of about 1 hour, avoid lying down and reading, watch TV for a long time, and the distance between your eyes and the screen should be 5 times of the diagonal of the TV screen.

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(3) 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.