Abstract: bad light source will unknowingly cause damage to the eyes. Too strong or too weak light is harmful to the eyes. A large number of studies have shown that students’ myopia is directly related to the long-term application of unscientific lighting sources at night. Therefore, special attention must be paid to lighting, and good lighting lamps with sufficient brightness should be selected.
in recent years, myopia has become the focus of attention. According to relevant surveys, the number of myopia patients has increased directly in recent years, and the age of patients tends to be younger and younger. There are three reasons for the serious aging of myopia in
: first, the academic burden aggravates children’s eye use; Second, the popularity of mobile phones, iPads and other electronic products makes it easy for children to indulge in them. Using eyes at close distance and for a long time increases the risk of myopia; Third, there is a lack of outdoor sports. The problem of physical education classes being crowded in primary and secondary schools is often seen in the newspapers, and some parents do not advocate children’s outdoor sports.
protect children’s eye health
when parents are free, they must take their children outdoors. Open vision, green vegetation and bright sunshine can help children alleviate visual fatigue and prevent the occurrence and development of myopia.
2. Pay attention to nutrition and don’t be picky about eating
. In terms of diet, parents can guide their children to eat more vegetables and fruits, such as spinach, carrots, kelp, tomatoes, bananas, oranges, etc. These foods can play a certain role in preventing children’s myopia.
3. Improve lighting and correct sitting posture. Poor light sources will unknowingly cause damage to the eyes. Too strong or too weak light is harmful to the eyes. A large number of studies have shown that students’ myopia is directly related to the long-term application of unscientific lighting sources at night. Therefore, special attention must be paid to lighting, and good lighting lamps with sufficient brightness should be selected.
4. Watching TV, using computers and playing mobile phones
staring at the electronic screen for a long time is undoubtedly the primary “culprit” causing and aggravating myopia. Parents should control the time for their children to use electronic products within the standard range: the total time per day shall not be more than 1-2 hours.
5. Go to the hospital regularly for ophthalmic examination
in addition to paying attention to daily life, it is also very necessary to take children for ophthalmic examination regularly. Children’s eyes are developing with age. Regular ophthalmic examination every year can find the changes of children’s eyes in advance, do targeted prevention and treatment, and help children’s eyes grow healthily.