Abstract: the ciliary muscle is like a wide band, which is often in a tight state. As time goes on, it will lose its original function; In other words, due to excessive tension regulation, ciliary muscle fatigue and even spasm, and finally reduce vision and become myopia.
one is because the anterior and posterior length of the eyeball (also known as the anterior and posterior diameter) exceeds the normal length of 24 mm. This myopia is called “true myopia”, also known as “axial myopia”. The other is caused by not paying attention to eye hygiene. Such as reading and writing for too long, reading and writing in places with too strong or too weak light, too close distance between eyes and books, walking or lying in bed or reading in a shaky carriage, and incorrect sitting posture when reading and writing, so that the ciliary muscle in the eyes, which is responsible for regulating, is often in a tense state of regulation.
the “lens” like a biconvex lens in the heel eye often protrudes forward to meet the needs. The ciliary muscle is like a wide band, which is often in a tight state. Over time, it will lose its original function; In other words, due to excessive tension regulation, ciliary muscle fatigue and even spasm, and finally reduce vision and become myopia. This kind of myopia is called “pseudomyopia” and “functional myopia” in medicine. At this time, although the anterior and posterior diameter invasion of the eyeball is normal, it is still impossible to see far away.
recovery methods of pseudomyopia
1. Drug recovery of pseudomyopia: drop the eye with eye drops to relax the internal muscles of the eye, so as to restore the normal motor regulation function of the eye.
2. Eye training to restore pseudomyopia: relax the internal muscles of the eye through regular eye movement.
experts warm tips: any eye disease needs to be found in time and treated as soon as possible to prevent damage to visual function and affect vision.