Prevent And Control Myopia To Develop Eyeglasses By Study The Eye Fatigue And Adjustment Lag

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Are there any myopia prevention and control lenses in the eyeglass mart that are more suitable for children to wear? Finally, school starts. Every time school starts, children's eyes become even busier.

Are there any myopia prevention and control lenses in the eyeglass mart that are more suitable for children to wear? Finally, school starts. Every time school starts, children's eyes become even busier.

 

Busy with the course content from the previous day, busy watching animations, playing games, attending tutoring and interest classes, and also completing assignments for various subjects. The child's eyes are overused, while the parents are busy with work, unable to balance their child's myopia, and even helpless. As the child's degree increases, parents are indeed anxious.

 

The children's eyeglasses are specially designed for children and adolescents, they can effectively alleviate visual fatigue, improve wearing comfort, and make imaging more realistic. My eyes have been lightened, and my homework has been rewarded! Pay full attention to your child and provide them with the best care.

 

The orange arrow indicates the process of myopia development, while the green arrow indicates the process of myopia deepening. Preventing and controlling myopia is nothing more than finding solutions in the three stages of "eye fatigue", "axial elongation", and "lag adjustment".

 

How to use the "eye fatigue" and "adjustment lag" links to prevent and control myopia in minors whose eyes are still developing? Myopia prevention and control can be achieved by controlling the source of myopia, which is eye fatigue.

 

The use of high-definition technology and double-sided dot corresponding processing technology has improved the optical quality of the kid's eyeglasses near my lens. Reduce high-order aberrations. In dark environments, high imaging sharpness is improved, providing high-definition vision under moving conditions, high visual sensitivity (color, adjustment...), wider field of view. Teenagers who need to frequently work in low light sources for the first time need sharp and broad vision, good motor vision, and complex refractive errors.

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