Lutein and myopia treatment go hand in hand

Abstract: lutein, also known as carotenol, is the main component of human retinal macular region. In addition, there is also a large amount of lutein in the lens. They are the most reliable partners for myopia treatment.

with the deepening of people’s research on myopia treatment, all kinds of things with it have attracted more and more attention, and lutein is one of them. Experts from the University of New England conducted a study on the significance of lutein in the treatment of myopia. The results show that lutein can not directly treat myopia, but can effectively protect eye health. It can be said that lutein is a good friend who can go hand in hand with myopia treatment.

American experts said that lutein, also known as carotenol, is the main component of the macular region of the human retina. In addition, there is also a large amount of lutein in the lens. They are the most reliable partners for myopia treatment. Experts have studied the protective effect of

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on lutein. They say that sunlight contains a lot of ultraviolet and blue light. If these lights are too strong, they will harm vision health. Among them, the damage of blue light to the eyes is mainly concentrated after the macular area of the retina. The role of lutein is to build a protective wall to filter blue light, so as to maintain the physiological basis of myopia treatment.

unfortunately, the human body itself cannot synthesize lutein. So it can only be taken from the outside. When investigating and collecting data, American experts noticed that many corneal shaping lens wearers did not understand the importance of lutein and thought that with this physical method to treat myopia, they could rest easy.

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on this attitude, experts warned in the research report that as a physical method to treat myopia, corneal shaping glasses can indeed help wearers obtain ideal naked vision by wearing them at night and taking them in the morning, and even delay the deepening of myopia. However, it only shapes the cornea, does not change the tissue structure of the cornea, and will not protect the retina. Therefore, we still need to take lutein as an auxiliary.