Wrong understanding of Ophthalmology knowledge

Abstract: myopia can also become presbyopia, that is, it is difficult to see near and show presbyopia when wearing glasses. It turns out that myopia is to take off your glasses and be able to see nearby objects clearly.

  1. Children only need to wear glasses when they study.

many people have this question: “is it good for children to wear glasses only when they study?” If the vision of both left and right eyes is above 0.7, it will not cause too much inconvenience to study and work. You can use your eyes at close range without glasses. Vision below 0.7 or myopia above 300 degrees will be uncomfortable from far to near, which requires regular glasses. If the visual acuity of the left and right eyes is very different, it will cause binocular imbalance and easily lead to visual fatigue. Therefore, myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism with serious diopter difference between the two eyes should often wear appropriate glasses.

  2. Watching TV every day, the eyes will not be bad.

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only a few children without myopia will not be myopia no matter how they watch TV. The vast majority of people are prone to myopia. If you watch TV all day, you can’t rest your eyes and become myopia. Therefore, in order not to suffer from myopia, we should take care of our eyes, rest, rest and use our eyes reasonably.

  3. The idea that myopia will not become presbyopia

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and “myopia will not become presbyopia” is incorrect. People’s eyes need to focus when looking close. Presbyopia is that the function of close focus can not be carried out well. Myopia can also become presbyopia, that is, it is difficult to see near and show presbyopia when wearing glasses. It turns out that myopia is to take off your glasses and be able to see nearby objects clearly. “Suffering from myopia, you won’t get presbyopia” is certainly wrong.

4. Myopia will not lead to blindness

if myopia develops gradually and reaches high myopia, there will be a risk of blindness. Myopia is first manifested in the changes of the optic nerve. The eyeball elongates back and forth. With the progress of eyeball elongation, the retina will become thinner. High myopia can cause fundus hemorrhage or retinal detachment, and there is a risk of blindness.