The prevention of juvenile myopia is very important

Abstract: myopia is one of the most ocular diseases with high incidence. Especially in the young people, the incidence rate of myopia is increasing. The incidence rate is increasing year by year. Experts suggest that preventing myopia is the key. Myopia is no stranger to us. It is also a kind of ophthalmology disease that has been troubling us. The incidence rate of myopia among young students and children is very high.

is a new kind of myopia. Every year, tens of millions of children with myopia and amblyopia need treatment.

therefore, ophthalmologists remind young parents with myopia that they should take their children to check their eyesight regularly before they go to school, so as to find out whether their children have myopia as soon as possible, so as to prevent myopia early.

Beijing ophthalmologists said that even if myopia has genetic factors, most students can avoid or reduce the degree of myopia if they can cultivate the awareness of caring for their eyes, pay attention to eye hygiene and strengthen eye health care. Under normal circumstances, a child’s vision can reach the level close to that of an adult when he is two years old. Parents can basically confirm his vision level before his child goes to school. At present, many parents only start to pay attention to their children’s eyesight from the physical examination after their children go to school.

children should watch TV for 0.5-1 hour every day. Don’t use your eyes too much. It is also reminded that childhood is a key period of visual development. Eye diseases in childhood do great harm to children’s visual development, such as strabismus and amblyopia. If they cannot be cured in childhood, they will cause lifelong disability of the eyes.

ophthalmologists suggest that as long as the child can read and read and use more eyes, parents should take him to check his eyesight regularly, at least once a year, find signs of myopia and correct it in time. In the prevention and treatment of myopia, in addition to paying attention to eye hygiene, avoid excessive eye fatigue. Eat more foods rich in vitamins, minerals and trace elements beneficial to the eyes, drink green tea every day, eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, and have a reasonable diet and nutrition.


in daily life, parents and caregivers should often educate their children: do not watch TV programs, operate computers and play video games for a long time. Multi user