You take a nap like this? Caution can aggravate myopia and cause glaucoma

Abstract: when sleeping on the table, your arms sometimes press your eyes, and you will have short-term blurred vision after waking up. This is because it oppresses the eyeball, resulting in high intraocular pressure. In the long run, glaucoma may also form.

will aggravate myopia and cause glaucoma if they lie prone for a long time.

for many white-collar workers who focus on mental work, the work efficiency will be greatly improved after nap. However, due to limited office conditions, many white-collar workers can only lie on their desks during their nap. After falling asleep, people’s heart rate and blood circulation speed will gradually slow down, and the blood entering the brain will be less than usual. Sleeping on your stomach will aggravate cerebral ischemia, which is most likely to lead to dizziness, tinnitus, numbness of limbs and other symptoms. In addition, people should try to avoid sleeping on their stomach, especially those who take a long-term lunch break on the table are more likely to suffer from eye diseases.

1. Sleeping on your stomach is easy to aggravate myopia.

sleep on your arm, and the eyeball is oppressed. If you do this for a long time, it will lead to high intraocular pressure and impaired vision. Over time, the eyeball will swell, the eye axis will grow, and high myopia will be formed.

2. It is easy to get glaucoma when sleeping on your stomach.

lie on the table and sometimes press your arms against your eyes. After waking up, you will have short-term blurred vision. This is because it oppresses the eyeball, resulting in high intraocular pressure. In the long run, glaucoma may also form.

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believe that many people have the habit of sleeping on their stomach. Occasionally, such a posture may not do any harm, but it will indeed have various effects on the body in the long run. Director Yan Yanshuang reminds everyone to pay more attention to eye changes at ordinary times. Once there are uncomfortable symptoms such as blurred vision and sore eyes, you must go to a professional eye hospital to ask an ophthalmologist for diagnosis and treatment to protect eye health!