Teenagers should protect their eyesight and avoid partial eclipse

Abstract: sweets are the favorite food for children, but eating more sweets can contribute to the occurrence and development of myopia. This is because a large amount of vitamin B1 is required for sugar metabolism in the body. If the sugar intake is too much, vitamin B1 will be insufficient., 12-18 years old is the high incidence period of juvenile myopia. In adolescent eye health care, attention should be paid to children’s dietary hygiene, don’t let them be picky about food, and the diet should be diversified to ensure that children can obtain all kinds of nutrition required for eye growth and maintenance., Teenagers’ eyeballs are in the development stage. The eyeball wall is very extensible, and the sclera is hard and elastic. However, in case of calcium deficiency, the strength of the sclera will be relatively reduced, and under the long-term mechanical pressure of the extraocular muscles, the eyeball wall will gradually extend, making the eyeball wall from spherical to oval, and the distance between the cornea and the lens and the retina will be lengthened, so that the image cannot be imaged on the retina, resulting in myopia., Sweets are the favorite food for children, but eating more sweets can contribute to the occurrence and development of myopia. This is because a large amount of vitamin B1 is required for sugar metabolism in the body. If the sugar intake is too much, vitamin B1 will be insufficient. Vitamin B1 deficiency will affect the growth and development of optic nerve and lead to the decline of vision. Excessive intake of sugar will also reduce calcium in the body, weaken eye elasticity and promote the occurrence and development of myopia. For children who have suffered from myopia, diet therapy can also be supplemented. If you want to eat less sour and sweet food, too much sugar will produce a lot of acid in the blood, and acidic food will also produce a lot of acid, which will affect the absorption of calcium ions in food, This has a certain impact on the occurrence and development of myopia., In addition, let children eat more foods that strengthen the spleen, nourish the stomach and replenish qi and blood, such as longan meat, yam, carrot, potato, taro, spinach, millet, corn, etc. You can also eat more mulberry, black beans, red dates, walnut kernel and other foods, which can nourish your heart, calm your mind and brighten your eyes. It is also important to supplement elements such as zinc and chromium. Soybean, almond, laver, kelp, mutton and milk powder contain high zinc; Beef, grains, meat, liver and other foods are also rich in chromium. In order to prevent the occurrence and development of myopia, sweets should be properly controlled and alkaline foods should be often eaten, such as carrots, cabbage, cucumber, bean sprouts, etc.,

12-18 years old is a high incidence period of juvenile myopia. In adolescent eye health care, we should pay attention to children’s dietary hygiene, don’t let them be picky about food, and the diet should be diversified to ensure that children can obtain all kinds of nutrition required for eye growth and maintenance.

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Teenagers’ eyeballs are in the development stage. The eyeball wall is very extensible, and the sclera is hard and elastic. However, in case of calcium deficiency, the strength of sclera will be relatively reduced, and under the long-term mechanical pressure of extraocular muscles, the eyeball wall will gradually extend, making the eyeball wall from spherical to oval, and the distance between cornea and lens and retina will be lengthened, so that the image can not be imaged on the retina, resulting in myopia.

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sweets are the favorite foods for children, but eating more sweets can promote the occurrence and development of myopia. This is because a large amount of vitamin B1 is required for sugar metabolism in the body. If the sugar intake is too much, vitamin B1 will be insufficient. Vitamin B1 deficiency will affect the growth and development of optic nerve and lead to the decline of vision. Excessive intake of sugar will also reduce calcium in the body, weaken eye elasticity and promote the occurrence and development of myopia. For children who have suffered from myopia, diet therapy can also be supplemented. If you want to eat less sour and sweet food, too much sugar will produce a lot of acid in the blood, and acidic food will also produce a lot of acid, which will affect the absorption of calcium ions in food, This has a certain impact on the occurrence and development of myopia.

in addition, let children eat more foods that strengthen the spleen, nourish the stomach and replenish qi and blood, such as Longyan meat, yam, carrot, potato, taro, spinach, millet, corn, etc. You can also eat more mulberry, black beans, red dates, walnut kernel and other foods, which can nourish your heart, calm your mind and brighten your eyes. It is also important to supplement elements such as zinc and chromium. Soybean, almond, laver, kelp, mutton and milk powder contain high zinc; Beef, grains, meat, liver and other foods are also rich in chromium. In order to prevent the occurrence and development of myopia, sweets should be properly controlled and alkaline foods should be often eaten, such as carrots, cabbage, cucumber, bean sprouts, etc.