Is myopia patient easy to send glaucoma with computer?

Abstract: computer users may suffer from visual fatigue and headache, but whether this situation will persist for a long time has not been determined. Therefore, the findings of this research group should attract the attention of computer users. When using computers, protective measures must be taken to avoid injury to their eyes.

glaucoma is an eye disease caused by high pressure in the eyeball. If this pressure is greater than the internal pressure of eyeball blood vessels, it will hinder the blood flow to the optic nerve and cause damage to the eyes. When the eye is damaged, the first part to bear the brunt is the marginal part of the retina, so there is no sign of this eye disease in the stage of onset. Many people lose sight around their retinas before they even realize that their eyes are constantly damaged. The risk of

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is limited to myopic people, and those with normal vision are not easy to get sick. With the increasing popularity of computers in various industries, scientists have also conducted various studies on the impact of computers on people’s vision, but it has not been found that computers cause pathological damage to people’s eyes before. Computer users may suffer from visual fatigue and headaches, but whether this situation will last for a long time has not been determined. Therefore, the findings of this research group should attract the attention of computer users. When using computers, protective measures must be taken to avoid injury to their eyes. The research objects of the

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groups are 9000 Japanese workers engaged in electronics and steel industry. Some of them are closely related to computers, while others rarely use computers. After examining these people, the research team found that more than 500 people had abnormal vision. Ophthalmologists conducted a more detailed examination on 315 of the 500 people. The results showed that 23 of them had visual lesions with the characteristics of glaucoma. The

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research groups also asked these people how many hours they spent on computers in a year and how long they had been in contact with computers. Then the researchers multiplied the 9000 people’s hours of using computers in a year by the number of years they had used computers. According to the figures, these people were divided into three groups: infrequent computer users, ordinary users and frequent users, Then, taking into account other factors, such as family history of glaucoma, the team found that those who were short-sighted and often used computers had an 82% risk of glaucoma.