什么是控制近视?

控制近视意味着它可以减缓近视增加的速度。 如果没有控制, 近视每年增加 100-150 度是很常见的。 3岁或更大的儿童能够在新人光学眼镜公司检查眼睛。近视提早筛查便能提早发现,提早对近视进行控制,能延缓它对中高度近视的发展。

为什么要控制近视?

近视度数越高,患以下眼疾的风险就越高:

近视度数越高患眼疾或弱视的几率越大。
2016年世界卫生组织与布赖恩霍尔顿视力研究所联合发布,近视已经成为重要的公共卫生问题之一。

眼睛近视是由于眼轴(眼球)拉长所导致。 眼轴(眼球)越长,近视度数越高。 此外,随着孩子的成长,眼轴(眼球)的长度也会增长。 因此,建议尽早采取近视控制(近视防控)措施,以减少上述情况发生的几率。

孩子近视防控的方式

  1. 特殊近视控制眼镜
  2. 角膜塑形术 (Ortho-K)
  3. 特殊近视控制软性隐形眼镜
  4. 阿托品滴眼液

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特殊近视控制眼镜

研究表明,近视控制眼镜(例如 Bi-Focals、MiyoSmart、MyoKids、MyoPilux MyoVision、Stellest 等)与传统镜片相比可以将近视度数加深的速度减缓高达 67%。 [vi] [vii] [viii] [ix] [vi] [vii] [viii] [ix][xi][ xi]

此选项适合近视度数达 -10.00D 与散光 -4.00D 的患者。

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角膜塑形术(Ortho-K 镜片)

多项研究[xii] [xiii] [xiv] [xv] [xvi] [xvii] [xviii] [xix] [xx] [xxi] 已显示角膜塑形镜可有效控制近视。 此外,此选项使您可以享受免戴日间眼镜或隐形眼镜。 这对于爱运动人士和不喜欢戴眼镜的人来说非常有用。

Ortho K 镜片(角膜塑形镜片)就像眼睛的 ‘牙套’(braces)。 这是一种特殊定制的透气隐形眼镜,使用者在夜间睡眠时配戴。 日间取下镜片后可以享受清晰的视力。

日间无需配戴眼镜或隐形眼镜!
欲了解更多信息,请点击ortho-k 页面

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多焦或特殊近视控制软性隐形眼镜

研究显示,多焦镜片或特殊近视控制软性隐形眼镜可减缓近视加深高达 59%[xxii] [xxiii] [xxiv] [xxv] [xxvi] [xxvii] [xxviii] [xxix] [xxx] [xxxi] [xxxii] [xxxiii] 例如 ArtMost OK 软性镜片、Mi-Sight、Naturalvue Multifocal 等)。

对于不热衷于角膜塑形镜和不喜欢配戴眼镜的人来说,这是一个理想的选择。 适合所有年龄层和近视达-15.00D(近视1500度)和散光达-1.50D (150度)的患者。

以下是目前市场上的一些产品。

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阿托品滴眼液

阿托品眼药水是控制近视的另一种方法。 它们不能恢复完美的视力,但有助于减缓近视的加深。

无论采用何种特殊方法来控制儿童近视,都应与健康的生活方式相结合,以达到理想的效果。

有助于视力健康的食品

8个眼睛健康小贴士

20-20-20 规则

良好的视觉环境

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