Junior middle school students’ blurred vision and false myopia can be corrected

Abstract: pseudomyopia is caused by excessive use of the eye, resulting in continuous contraction and spasm of ciliary muscle, increased lens thickness and blurred vision. Pseudomyopia is functional myopia. Using drugs, acupuncture, ear embedding needles and physiotherapy instruments, or strengthening eye muscle exercise by patients themselves can relax muscles, alleviate fatigue and restore vision to normal., Case analysis: Recently, Xiao Huang in junior high school always couldn’t see clearly in class. Generally, he couldn’t see clearly when standing two meters and five away. He felt that there was a virtual shadow next to the object. Xiao Huang said: I’ve been in this situation for a year. Now I’m in junior high school (without glasses), and it’s more difficult to see things clearly I usually use computers more, basically every night, and reading is relatively low Excuse me, is this true myopia or false myopia? Can I still correct it?, Pseudomyopia can be corrected. After expert diagnosis, Xiao Huang was suffering from pseudomyopia., Pseudomyopia is caused by excessive use of the eyes, resulting in continuous contraction and spasm of the ciliary muscle, increased lens thickness and blurred vision. Pseudomyopia is functional myopia. Using drugs, acupuncture, ear embedding needles and physiotherapy instruments, or strengthening eye muscle exercise by patients themselves can relax muscles, alleviate fatigue and restore vision to normal. If pseudomyopia is not relieved in time, the eyeball will be oppressed by the tense extraocular muscles for a long time, which will eventually lead to the enlargement of the ocular axis and become true myopia., Experts say that children are easy to get false myopia at this age. Although true myopia is unlikely, it is recommended to wear a pair of glasses if necessary, so as to prevent the deepening of myopia. Children who have just entered junior high school have not fully developed their eyeballs. Pseudomyopia can be recovered as long as you pay attention to using your eyes in the future., Relaxation and regulation can cure pseudomyopia.

case analysis:

recently, Xiao Huang in junior high school always couldn’t see clearly in class. Generally, he couldn’t see clearly when standing two meters and five away. He felt that there was a virtual shadow next to the object when looking at anything. Xiao Huang said: I’ve been in this situation for a year. Now I’m in junior high school (without glasses), and it’s more difficult to see things clearly I usually use computers more, basically every night, and reading is relatively low Excuse me, is this true myopia or false myopia? Can it be corrected back?

pseudomyopia can be corrected.

after expert diagnosis, Xiao Huang was suffering from pseudomyopia.

pseudomyopia is caused by excessive eye use, resulting in continuous contraction and spasm of ciliary muscle, increased lens thickness and blurred vision. Pseudomyopia is functional myopia. Using drugs, acupuncture, ear embedding needles and physiotherapy instruments, or strengthening eye muscle exercise by patients themselves can relax muscles, alleviate fatigue and restore vision to normal. If pseudomyopia is not relieved in time, the eyeball will be oppressed by the tense extraocular muscles for a long time, which will eventually lead to the enlargement of the ocular axis and become true myopia.

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experts say that children are easy to get false myopia at this age. Although there is little possibility of true myopia, it is recommended to wear a pair of glasses if necessary, so as to prevent the deepening of myopia. Children who have just entered junior high school have not fully developed their eyeballs. Pseudomyopia can be recovered as long as you pay attention to using your eyes in the future.

relaxation and regulation can treat false myopia

at present, there are many methods to treat false myopia, mainly relaxation and regulation to achieve the purpose of treating false and preventing true myopia. The commonly used methods are:

⑴ relax and adjust

① mydriasis therapy: apply ciliary muscle paralysis to mydriasis. At present, eye drops are applied once a day.

2. Convex lens method: first let the patient wear a convex lens with a higher degree, watch the vision meter 5 meters away, relax the ciliary muscle, then adjust the degree of the convex lens, so that the eyesight is basically normal.

③ overlooking method: after learning or writing for 1 ~ 2 hours, overlooking the natural scenery, so as to relax the regulation of ciliary muscles. Insist on doing eye exercises 3 ~ 4 times a day.

⑵ methods to improve the excitability of visual center and visual function:

direct current treatment of myopia, ear acupuncture, plum blossom acupuncture, acupoint massage, acupoint conduction, Qigong therapy and cold water bath therapy. It mainly increases the excitability of the visual center and optic nerve cells of the brain, which can improve the far and near vision.

⑶ improve the learning environment:

keep a distance of 30cm and correct posture when reading and writing. Pay attention to natural light and ensure adequate indoor lighting. Combine work and rest, get rid of bad learning habits, rest for 10 ~ 15 minutes every hour of reading, and don’t lie down or walk to read. Pay attention to strengthening physical exercise.

⑷ myopia patients generally lack chromium and zinc. Myopia patients should eat more foods containing more zinc. Foods such as soybeans, almonds, laver, kelp, mutton, yellow croaker, milk powder, tea, meat, beef and liver contain more zinc and chromium, which can be increased appropriately.

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because pseudomyopia aggravates with the extension of near sight time and the increase of accommodation, and reduces or disappears with the degree of far sight and relaxation, pseudomyopia has the characteristics of elimination when treated and recurrence when not treated. Taking a variety of methods may have a certain effect, but they can’t last long. Therefore, educating young children to develop the habit of protecting their eyesight from childhood and avoiding excessive and continuous tension of ciliary muscle regulation is the key to prevent myopia.