What are the food therapy methods for treating children’s amblyopia

Abstract: amblyopia is not uncommon. Amblyopia is a common and frequently occurring disease. Good eyesight is not innate. When a baby is born, the eyesight is less than 1% of that of a person. With the continuous growth of age, the binocular visual cells continue to develop and improve., Amblyopia is caused by non organic diseases and the corrected visual acuity dominated by functional factors is less than 0.9. Amblyopia is divided into mild amblyopia (visual acuity 0.8 ~ 0.6), moderate amblyopia (visual acuity 0.5 ~ 0.2) and severe amblyopia (visual acuity is less than or equal to 0.1). Amblyopia can occur during visual development, mostly from the age of 1 to 2. The earlier amblyopia occurs, the more severe it is. What dietary aids can children use for amblyopia? 1. Don’t let children eat overcooked protein foods. 2. Pay attention to guiding children to eat more coarse grains (such as corn flour, millet, etc.) to increase the necessary vitamin supply. 3. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, appropriately increase the intake of protein, and limit the intake of excessive sugars to promote the development of retina and optic nerve. 4. Supplement some vitamins when necessary according to the child’s nutritional status (such as vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, cod liver oil, etc.) and minerals (such as zinc, iron, calcium, etc.). The following two therapeutic formulas are also available: 1. 500g black beans, 500g walnut kernels, 1 cup of milk and 1 spoon of honey. Preparation method: after the black bean sand is cooked, wait for cold, grind it into powder. Stir fry the walnut kernels until slightly charred, remove the clothes, and mash it after cold. Take 1 spoon of each of the above two foods, pour 1 cup of boiled milk and add 1 spoon of honey, which can improve the function of eye muscles Adjustment function.,

is called amblyopia, which is caused by non organic lesions and whose corrected visual acuity is less than 0.9 mainly due to functional factors. Amblyopia can be divided into mild amblyopia (visual acuity 0.8 ~ 0.6), moderate amblyopia (visual acuity 0.5 ~ 0.2) and severe amblyopia (visual acuity less than or equal to 0.1). Amblyopia can occur during visual development, mostly at the age of 1 ~ 2. The earlier amblyopia occurs, the more severe it is. What dietary aids can children use for amblyopia?

1. Don’t let children eat overcooked protein foods.

  2、 Pay attention to guiding children to eat more coarse grains (such as corn flour, millet, etc.) to increase the necessary vitamin supply.

3. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, appropriately increase the intake of protein and limit the intake of excessive sugars to promote the development of retina and optic nerve.

4. According to the child’s nutritional status, If necessary, supplement some vitamins (such as vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin C, cod liver oil, etc.) and minerals (such as zinc, iron, calcium, etc.).

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the following two therapeutic formulas are also available:

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1. 500g black beans, 500g walnut kernel, 1 cup milk and 1 spoon honey. Preparation method: after black bean sand is cooked, wait for cold and grind it into powder. Stir fry walnuts until slightly charred, remove clothes, and mash them when cold. Take 1 spoon of each of the above two foods, pour 1 cup of boiled milk and 1 spoon of honey, which can improve the regulation function of eye muscles.

2. 10g medlar, 10g mulberry, 20g yam and 10 red dates. Preparation method: decoct the above four materials in water and drink them twice, with an interval of 3-4 hours. Long term use in children with amblyopia can eliminate the symptoms of eye fatigue.

amblyopia is not uncommon. Amblyopia is a common and frequently occurring disease. Good eyesight is not innate. When a baby is born, the eyesight is less than 1% of that of a person. With the continuous growth of age, the binocular visual cells continue to develop and improve. The age of less than 5 is an important period for the development of visual function, and visual development continues until the age of 6 ~ 8. If binocular visual obstacles are caused by some reason during this period, the visual cells can not get normal stimulation, and the visual function stays at a low level. The binocular vision is low and can not be corrected, resulting in binocular amblyopia; If you can only use one eye to see things, over time, the visual development of the eye that is repeatedly stimulated, but the development of the other eye that cannot be watched is slow, monocular amblyopia is formed. Therefore, we should pay attention to children’s amblyopia.