Abstract: from the internal anatomy of the eye, we can see that there is a circle of ciliary muscle in about one-third of the front of the eye, and the lens is suspended in the middle of the ciliary muscle. We all know that myopia begins with the spasm and deadlock of the ciliary muscle.
medical big data tells us that most high myopia is formed in junior high school (puberty). Why? The academic burden of
is increased, and the increased eye load is one reason, but the deeper reason is that myopic children lose their growth ability due to intraocular muscle imbalance, which restricts and imprisons the normal growth of the eye.
we can see from the internal anatomy of the eyeball that a circle of ciliary muscle grows at about one-third of the front of the eyeball, and a lens is hung in the middle of the ciliary muscle. We all know that myopia begins with the spasm and stalemate of the ciliary muscle. After the spasm of the ciliary muscle, it loses its ability to regulate, the blood circulation is poor, the oxygen supply capacity is insufficient, and the muscle gradually loses its ability to grow, This is equivalent to tying a ring at the front of the eyeball. After the child enters puberty, the body grows taller, the face becomes larger, and the eyeball also becomes larger. At this time, this ring will bind and imprison the eyeball to grow up, down, left and right. It is forced to grow on the front and rear axes, the front and rear axes become longer, and the degree of myopia will become higher and higher, and this myopia is irreversible.
for parents whose children are nearsighted, they often think that they are nearsighted anyway. The whole class of children are nearsighted, so they can only let it go. It is a big deal that they will have laser surgery in adulthood. It is this idea that parents neglect prevention and control, and finally turn their children into high myopia and cause a series of high myopia complications.