The child is nearsighted. Should he sit in the front row?

Abstract: the younger the child is, the incomplete eye development, the more he can’t stand using his eyes at close range. Therefore, parents should no longer superstitious about the front row. Myopic students should not sit in the front row. Sitting 5-6 meters away from the blackboard is the best position.

some parents are worried that their children can’t see clearly or the degree is deepened. They specially ask the head teacher to adjust their children’s seats to the front row, so as to relax their children’s eyes and see clearly in class.

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let myopic children sit in the front row. Is this really good? From the perspective of eye protection, is this scientific?

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have two meanings: on the one hand, it refers to using your eyes closely, such as reading, doing homework, drawing, origami, jigsaw puzzle, etc;

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on the other hand refer to staying in the apparent near environment for a long time (less than 5m belongs to the near environment). The closer the objects the eyes see, the muscles that regulate the eyes must contract to varying degrees. The higher the degree of contraction, the more tired the eyes will be. Over time, it is easy to cause myopia.

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the younger the children are, the less their eyeballs are developed, and the more they can’t stand using their eyes at close range. Therefore, parents should no longer superstitious about the front row. Myopic students should not sit in the front row. Sitting 5-6 meters away from the blackboard is the best position.

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for children with myopia, scientific glasses matching and effective prevention and control are the top priority! When

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find that the child can’t see clearly, parents should take the child to a regular hospital and find a professional ophthalmologist to check whether the child’s myopia is true myopia or false myopia.

if you are diagnosed with true myopia, you need to equip your child with glasses.

if a nearsighted child has glasses, but still can’t see the blackboard clearly, it indicates that there is a problem with the child’s refractive correction, or the child’s nearsightedness has increased again.

in any case, parents are advised to take their children to the hospital in time to find a professional ophthalmologist for binocular visual function examination to help their children prevent and control myopia scientifically and effectively.