Parents, children’s piano practice will be short-sighted, you know?

Abstract: the age of 3-6 is the golden period for children to learn piano. It is suggested that children should first listen to good music and enjoy good music at the age of 3-5, and then begin to accept the technical guidance of piano and other musical instruments after the age of 4-5. However, the vision of children under the age of 6 is not fully developed. If they continue to practice the piano for a long time, they are prone to overuse their eyes, which will increase the risk of myopia. When

plays the piano, the fingers are moving and the body is shaking. In this case, the eyes should focus on the score closely and closely, which is easy to fatigue.

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especially watch the music while playing the piano, and constantly adjust the ciliary muscle of the eye to focus, which is easier to aggravate myopia due to visual fatigue. Is

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really so scary?

the age of 3-6 is the golden period for children to learn piano. It is suggested that children should first listen to good music and enjoy good music at the age of 3-5, and then begin to receive technical guidance of piano and other musical instruments after the age of 4-5. However, the vision of children under the age of 6 is not fully developed. If they continue to practice the piano for a long time, they are prone to overuse their eyes, which will increase the risk of myopia.

how do children protect their eyes when practicing piano?

if parents want their children to learn piano and other musical instruments, they can take their children for refractive examination before learning to see if their children are likely to be short-sighted; For children who are already learning piano, in addition to checking their eyesight regularly, parents can take some measures to help their children protect their eyesight, so as to reduce the incidence of myopia:

1. Enlarge the piano score. The original printing of piano score is generally small and dense. Children look at the piano score while looking at the keyboard. It’s difficult for their eyes. It’s best to copy the piano score in enlarged font for children to use; The paper is preferably light yellow or light green matte paper.

2. Adjust the light. The light in the piano practice room should not be too dark. It can be equipped with an eye protecting table lamp to illuminate the piano score.

3. Control time. The time for learning and practicing the piano should be controlled within half an hour to an hour. During this period, relax your eyes, do eye exercises and look at the distance.

4. Appropriate outdoor sports and telescopic. Appropriate outdoor activities are very important for the development of all organs of a child’s body. No matter practicing the piano, learning and reading, you need to combine work and rest. Outdoor activities and looking far can relax your eyes.