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This time, I invite ophthalmologists who understand you to meet the factors that affect the eyesight of 2-7-year-old preschool children, and clear away the troubles in your heart. Myopia, amblyopia, strabismus and hyperopia are common visual health problems for children. When preschool children have vision problems, don’t expect the child to tell you that he can’t see clearly, but pay attention to various signs of his vision loss.

1. Myopia

Possible signs of myopia at the first time:

* children always squint when looking at distant objects.

* children will complain that they cannot see the words or pictures on the walls or blackboard in the kindergarten.

* if 2-7-year-old children watch TV close to each other, maybe they are attracted by the plot of the cartoon. You can let them return to a proper distance to continue watching. If the child still squints at this time, it needs your attention.

What should you do?

If you find that your child has myopia symptoms, you should take your child to the hospital for optometry in time. If necessary, wear eyes under the guidance of a doctor. True myopia can only be diagnosed after the child is 10 years old. Children under 6 years old are usually only temporary pseudomyopia. The sooner it is discovered and treated, the better the effect will be.

Tips: increasing the time of outdoor activities helps to prevent myopia.

Experts believe that it can effectively prevent the occurrence of myopia to look out to the distance from a vast outdoor place.

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Page 3: astigmatism

Page 4: squint

Page 5: Amblyopia

Page 6: genetics: the first influencing factors


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