Is the eyedrop that treats pseudomyopia effective?

Abstract: as we all know, pseudomyopia is a phenomenon that the ciliary muscle continues to contract and spasm due to the long-term nearsightedness of the eye, which makes the ciliary muscle that should be relaxed when the eye looks far can not be relaxed., Is the eyedrop that treats pseudomyopia effective? Now, the wide variety of eye drops and ointment on the market makes myopia children and parents confused and difficult to choose. Eye drops and ointment for myopia are nominally antispasmodic and blood activating, but their main components are inseparable from ciliary muscle paralysis., The normal use of mydriasis agent is to obtain the real diopter when matching glasses. The normal use of ciliary muscle paralysis agent in medicine is to relieve the contraction of ciliary muscle and completely loosen the adjustment of the eye caused by the contraction of ciliary muscle, so that the real diopter of the eye can be obtained, which is very important for wearing appropriate glasses. However, in the process of mydriasis, due to the dilation of the pupil after the use of ciliary muscle paralysis, it will cause mydriasis to have photophobia and difficulty in seeing close, which will also affect children’s study and life. This price can be paid if you guide the matching of glasses in order to obtain true and accurate diopter. However, if this mydriatic is used to treat myopia, it would be a big mistake., Long term use of cycloplegic agent will cause difficulty in normal pupil retraction. First, cycloplegic agent is an inhibitor. Long term use will cause difficulty in normal pupil retraction, and the pupil automatically adjusts its size according to the intensity of light to control the amount of light entering the eye and avoid burning the eye by strong light, This is essential for the eyes to maintain normal visual function., Ciliary muscle paralysis agent has side effects. Secondly, ciliary muscle inhibitor has certain toxicity and side effects. If the concentration is not well controlled or the dripping time is too long, it will aggravate the occurrence of adverse reactions, such as blushing cheeks, elevated body temperature, dry mouth, dry skin, etc. a few cases may also have allergic conjunctivitis or eyeliditis., Is the

eye drops effective in the treatment of pseudomyopia? Now, the wide variety of eye drops and ointment on the market makes myopia children and parents confused and difficult to choose. Eye drops and ointment for myopia are nominally antispasmodic and blood activating, but their main components are inseparable from ciliary muscle paralysis. The normal use of

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mydriasis agents is to obtain the true diopter when matching glasses. The normal use of

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ciliary muscle paralysis agents in medicine is to relieve the contraction of the ciliary muscle and completely loosen the adjustment of the eye caused by the contraction of the ciliary muscle, so that the true diopter of the eye can be obtained, which is very important for wearing appropriate glasses. However, in the process of mydriasis, due to the dilation of the pupil after the use of ciliary muscle paralysis, it will cause mydriasis to have photophobia and difficulty in seeing close, which will also affect children’s study and life. This price can be paid if you guide the matching of glasses in order to obtain true and accurate diopter. However, if this mydriatic agent is used to treat myopia, it is a big mistake.

long term use of ciliary muscle paralysis agent will cause difficulty in normal pupil retraction.

first, ciliary muscle paralysis agent is an inhibitor. Long term use will cause difficulty in normal pupil retraction, and the pupil automatically adjusts the size according to the intensity of light to control the amount of light entering the eye, so as to avoid burning the eye by strong light, This is essential for the eyes to maintain normal visual function.

cycloplegic agents have side effects

. Secondly, cycloplegic inhibitors have certain toxicity and side effects. If the concentration is not well controlled or the dropping time is too long, it will aggravate the occurrence of adverse reactions, such as blushing cheeks, elevated body temperature, dry mouth, dry skin, etc. a few cases may also have allergic conjunctivitis or eyeliditis.

cycloplegic agent can change pseudomyopia into true myopia

what’s more, some ophthalmologists have found through animal experiments that long-term use of cycloplegic agent eye drops will lead to prolongation of ocular axis, resulting in the occurrence of true myopia.

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as we all know, pseudomyopia is a phenomenon that the ciliary muscle continues to contract and spasm due to the long-term nearsightedness of the eye, which makes the ciliary muscle that should be relaxed when the eye looks far can not be relaxed. If the ciliary muscle paralysis is used to treat pseudomyopia, it is possible to improve vision and reduce diopter because the spasmodic ciliary muscle is relaxed in a short time. However, it is an indispensable function for human eyes to see objects clearly through the alternating contraction and relaxation of ciliary muscles. The closer the light from less than 5 meters away from the eye, the greater the divergence angle, the more it needs the contraction of ciliary muscle, so as to make the lens convex and enhance the light convergence ability, so as to advance the imaging point that astigmatism should converge behind the retina to the retina, so that the human eye can see the nearby objects. This is a functional compensation for the eyes to see near objects.

if the mydriasis drug that inhibits or paralyzes the ciliary muscle is used for a long time, some adjustments that should not be made when the eye looks far are loosened, but some adjustments that must be made when looking close are also lost. Then, when looking close, the ciliary muscle will not contract, the lens will not become convex, and the divergent light from the near will converge behind the retina. At this time, to see the near objects, we can only lengthen the anterior and posterior diameter of the eyeball to make the retina wrong, so as to comply with the current situation that the imaging point is behind the retina. This is that the loss of functional compensation leads to structural compensation. When there is a problem with functional compensation, it is likely to be pseudomyopia. At this time, the functional abnormality is reversible. Once the structural compensation is stimulated, that is, the eye structure is abnormal, the front and rear axis of the eye becomes longer, and the longer eye axis is impossible to retract. In this way, it becomes true myopia, and the change at this time is irreversible.

it can be seen that dropping mydriatic drugs for relaxation and regulation to treat pseudomyopia must be very careful and used correctly under the guidance of doctors. Otherwise, it is likely to further transform pseudomyopia into true myopia and aggravate the development of true myopia.