8 practical ways to protect your child’s eyes
[Guide]Eyes are important organs of the human body. Excessive activities such as reading books, lettering, embroidery, and watching TV can cause eye fatigue, general fatigue, and extreme mental stress; excessive nutrition can also cause malnutrition.Reduce vision.
Common symptoms of eye fatigue are headache, swelling of the forehead, dry eyes, and long-term eye fatigue, which can cause vision loss and decrease work efficiency.
To protect the eyes, in addition to paying attention to the combination of work and rest, do not continuously read books, watch TV, do eye exercises regularly, and often eat food that is good for the eyes, it can also play a great role in protecting the eyes.
So what are the foods that are good for the eyes?
Such as lean meat, poultry, animal’s internal organs, fish, shrimp, milk, eggs, beans, etc., which are rich in protein, which is the main component of the cells. The repair and update of tissues needs to be constantly supplemented with protein., Foods containing vitamin A are also good for the eyes. When vitamin A is lacking, the eyes’ ability to adapt to the dark environment is reduced, and in severe cases, they are prone to suffer from nocturnal disease.
Vitamin A can also prevent and treat dry eye.
When long-term lack of vitamin A, eliminate eye fatigue, you should add enough vitamin A every day.
The best sources of vitamin A are the livers of various animals, cod liver oil, milk and eggs, plant foods, carrots, amaranth, spinach, chives, green peppers, sweet potatoes and oranges, apricots, persimmons in fruitscarotene.
Foods containing vitamin C are also good for the eyes.
Vitamin C is one of the ingredients that make up the eye lens.
If you lack vitamin C, you will be susceptible to cataract with cloudy lens.
Therefore, you should pay attention to intake of foods rich in vitamin C in your daily diet.
For example, all kinds of fresh vegetables and fruits, especially green pepper, cucumber, cauliflower, pakchoi, fresh dates, raw pear oranges, etc. have the highest content.
Rich calcium powder is also good for the eyes. Calcium has the effect of eliminating eye strain.
Such as beans, green leafy vegetables, shrimp skin are rich in calcium.
Burning pork rib soup, pine fish, sweet and sour pork ribs and other cooking methods can increase the calcium content.
I hope that young parents will give their children more eye-friendly foods to promote their healthy growth.
Further reading: Eight ways to protect children’s eyes Vision is the most important and complex feeling of human beings. Visual protection for children should start from infants and young children. The younger the age, the more sensitive the visual development, the plasticity is also possible, the important period is 1-3Years old.
Attention should be paid to the particularity and health of the eyes of all ages.
Infant and childhood: that is, from one month to three years of age, pay attention to the congenital abnormalities of the eyes and the eye manifestations of genetic diseases.
Regularly monitor the vision of infants and preschool children, and timely detect visual impairment of infants and young children.
Early childhood to preschool age: At this time, attention should be paid to eye position, visual amblyopia, and other problems. At the age of three, regular visual inspections are performed. If there is an abnormal eye position, poor vision should be treated in time.
1, pay attention to personal hygiene, do not use someone else’s face towel, washbasin, and carry a handkerchief.
2, to prevent sharp, explosive, lime powder and other substances caused by trauma.
3. Prevent strong light stimulation.
4. Avoid reading and writing under strong light.
5. When reading and studying, you should sit upright, your eyes are about 30 cm away from the book, sleep, walk, and don’t read books and newspapers.
6, to prevent visual fatigue, every half an hour to read the book to look left and right or close your eyes and rest.
7, if the child’s vision loss or abnormality is found, ask the doctor to correct the cause in time.
8. Teach your children to do eye exercises.