What is the reason for more and more children’s myopia?

Abstract: when parents are myopic, the probability of their children suffering from myopia is 5-6 times higher than that of non myopic parents. Most of the children in primary school are born in the post-80s. Many of these post-80s parents have myopia, and the prevalence of myopia is much higher than that of the post-80s parents born in the 1950s., Myopia can also be prevented early. In view of the low age and rising incidence of myopia in recent years, it is suggested that parents establish an early screening concept, that is, when the baby is 2 to 3 years old, they should take it to the hospital ophthalmology for refractive screening., The prevalence of myopia in post-80s parents is relatively high. From the perspective of genetics, it is mainly divided into two aspects: race and parents. Worldwide, East Asia is a region with high incidence of myopia. For example, the incidence of myopia in China’s total population is about 50%, while that in Taiwan and Hong Kong is nearly 80%. The incidence of myopia in the United States, Australia, Europe and other countries is relatively low, about 20% – 30%., Parental factors have also been increasingly affected in recent years. When parents are myopic, the probability of their children suffering from myopia is 5-6 times higher than those whose parents are not myopic. Most of the children in primary school are born in the post-80s. Many of these post-80s parents have myopia, and the prevalence of myopia is much higher than that of the post-80s parents born in the 1950s., Many parents coax their children with electronic products. It is very common for children to have close contact with electronic products in preschool., “Electronic products are really terrible.” A mother told reporters that her son had normal eyesight and went out to play on the national day. “There was a traffic jam. I was in the car for seven or eight hours. When I saw him bored, I gave him an iPad.” Later, it was found that the child’s eyes were uncomfortable. He went for an examination and had a tendency of pseudomyopia, but it could be corrected., Some parents will use electronic products to give their children literacy and English before school. Ms. Zhang, the parent, said that there were no games installed in the mobile phone and the iPad at home, but many preschool education software were provided by her friend Amway, including literacy, English and mathematics. “The form is very lively, and the children are also very happy. I think it’s learning, not fooling around, and I don’t care about time. I often play for more than an hour.” However, with the increasing literacy of her daughter, Sudoku is becoming more and more clever. Ms. Zhang found that her daughter’s eyes are wrong, she should look very close, and she often said she was uncomfortable. When I took her to the hospital for examination, I found that my daughter had been nearsighted for nearly two years.,

myopia can also be prevented early. In view of the low age and rising incidence of myopia in recent years, it is suggested that parents establish an early screening concept, that is, when the baby is 2 to 3 years old, take it to the hospital ophthalmology for refractive screening.

the prevalence of myopia in post-80s parents is relatively high.

are genetically divided into two aspects: race and parents. Worldwide, East Asia is a region with high incidence of myopia. For example, the incidence of myopia in China’s total population is about 50%, while that in Taiwan and Hong Kong is nearly 80%. The incidence of myopia in the United States, Australia, Europe and other countries is relatively low, about 20% – 30%. The parental factors of

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have been increasingly influenced in recent years. When parents are myopic, the probability of their children suffering from myopia is 5-6 times higher than those whose parents are not myopic. Most of the children who go to primary school now have post-80s parents. Many of these post-80s parents have myopia, and the prevalence of myopia is much higher than that of the post-80s parents born in the 1950s.

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coax children with electronic products. Many parents do so. It is very common for children to have close contact with electronic products in preschool.

“electronic products are really terrible.” A mother told reporters that her son had normal eyesight and went out to play on the national day. “There was a traffic jam. I was in the car for seven or eight hours. When I saw him bored, I gave him an iPad.” Later, it was found that the child’s eyes were uncomfortable. He went for an examination and had a tendency of pseudomyopia, but it could be corrected.

and some parents will use electronic products to teach their children literacy and English before school. Ms. Zhang, the parent, said that there were no games installed in the mobile phone and the iPad at home, but many preschool education software were provided by her friend Amway, including literacy, English and mathematics. “The form is very lively, and the children are also very happy. I think it’s learning, not fooling around, and I don’t care about time. I often play for more than an hour.” However, with the increasing literacy of her daughter, Sudoku is becoming more and more clever. Ms. Zhang found that her daughter’s eyes are wrong, she should look very close, and she often said she was uncomfortable. I took her to the hospital for examination and found that her daughter had been nearsighted for nearly two years.

“my son’s eyesight is normal in the kindergarten.” Congcong’s mother was shocked when she saw her son’s vision results. She immediately took him to the ophthalmology clinic for reexamination. The doctor said it was pseudomyopia. “I still wonder why we don’t show him our electronic products. Now think about it, it should be caused by the big problem of reading and writing posture.” Congcong’s mother works in the clothing market. Her children are picked up from school at more than three o’clock every day. No one takes them. They can only do their homework and read books in the market. Usually, there are few outdoor activities except at school. “Homework is also in the store. There are no special tables and chairs. They can only be on stools.”

“our children like reading very much, but they often read on their stomach or on the sofa.” A mother said that this habit was formed in kindergarten and is difficult to correct now. “When writing, you will habitually tilt your head and remind it every few minutes.”

Yao’s mother said that children don’t watch TV since childhood, and they hardly play on mobile phones and iPads. “When I was a child, my grandparents often took him out for a walk. We spent a lot of time outdoors. On weekends, we also took him out for a walk and got close to nature.” Yao’s mother said that children like to take photos. Every time they go out, they will let the child take a small camera and let him take photos. Every afternoon after school, grandpa takes him home. He will first practice rope skipping and cycling in the community, and then go home to eat and do his homework.

more and more myopia children. What is the reason?

in fact, myopia is also acceptable