Myopic trilogy, which step are you already in?

Abstract: pseudomyopia is functional and reversible. If physical methods are used to relieve the spasm of children’s ciliary muscles and restore the eyeball to its original state, it can prevent the formation of true myopia and block the development of myopia.

study found that most children’s myopia could have been prevented and treated. When children are just myopia, it is possible to control them if they are matched regularly and corrected in time. Once the formation of true myopia will affect children’s future study and life, it is not a pair of glasses. According to statistics, 80% of children with high myopia suffer from the word “etc” of their parents.

many parents think like this: “my child is so small, will he be short-sighted? When the child is older, he will be fine.”

in fact, this concept is wrong, because your “wait” is the culprit of children’s high myopia!

three stages of myopia development

pseudomyopia stage

pseudomyopia is functional and reversible. If physical methods are used to relieve the spasm of children’s ciliary muscles and restore the eyeball to its original state, it can prevent the formation of true myopia and block the development of myopia. If

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are not well prevented and treated at this time, the retina will stimulate the continuous development of sclera, cause the growth of ocular axis, and gradually evolve into true myopia. The stage of

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pseudomyopia is very short, generally only 3 ~ 9 months, and the visual acuity is 0.6 ~ 0.8 (4.8 ~ 4.9). This situation mostly occurs in teenagers.

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however, a considerable part of them have slight vision loss when myopia first occurs, and some are even within the normal range. In addition, teenagers have strong adjustment ability, so it is difficult to find myopia. With the deepening of degree and the sharp decline of vision, most of them have developed into true myopia.

true myopia stage

true myopia patients’ ocular axis is significantly increased than before. According to expert analysis, the myopia degree increases by 300 degrees for every 1mm increase in ocular axis in myopia patients.

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usually call myopia below 300 degrees as low myopia, myopia between 300 and 600 degrees as moderate myopia, and myopia above 600 degrees as high myopia.

the development of myopia in young children is characterized by rapid growth, with an average annual growth of 50 ~ 150 degrees until the age of 18. Some even have an annual growth rate of more than 200 degrees.

high myopia stage

adolescent myopia patients with the increase of ocular axis, the eyeball continues to expand, which is much larger than the normal eyeball in the eyeball specimen.

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in the process of eyeball enlargement, the sclera and choroid can grow continuously according to the signal requirements inside the eye, but the retina cannot grow with it. In order to adhere to the enlarged sclera and choroid, the retina will have many cracks or lattice degeneration around the retina, resulting in early lesions for retinal detachment in the future.